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Charles C. Hofmann

Charles C. Hofmann’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Reuben Ottenberg

Reuben Ottenberg (1882, New York City – 1959) was an American physician and haematologist, who served Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City with distinction for 50 years.

C. Herrick Hammond

Charles Herrick Hammond (1882–1969), commonly known as C. Herrick Hammond, was a Chicago architect.

Henry Foster Adams

Henry Foster Adams (1882–1973) was an American psychologist and writer. He published several scientific articles and books on psychology and in particular the psychology of advertising, and advocated the use of empirical and statistical methods to understand people’s responses to advertising.

Henry Meulen

Henry Meulen (1882–1978) was a British individualist anarchist and economist. He was an editor of the periodical called The Individualist, published by the Personal Rights Association and actively promoted the philosophy of free banking. He is the author of Free Banking: An Outline of a Policy on Individualism (London: Macmillan, 1934) and Individualist Anarchism (Glasgow: The Strickland Press, 1949).

James S. Watson

James Samuel Watson (1882–1952) was one of the first two Black Americans elected as a judge in the state of New York.

Robert Laffan

Sir Robert Michael Laffan KCMG FRSA (21 September 1821 – 22 March 1882) was Irish officer of the Royal Engineers, politician, and governor of Bermuda.

Frank Warner Abbatt

Frank Warner Abbatt’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

John Henry Amshewitz

John Henry Amshewitz’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Charles John Beech Masefield

Charles John Beech Masefield’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Rosa Brett

Rosa Brett (7 December 1829 – 31 January 1882), was a Pre-Raphaelite painter and sister of landscape artist John Brett. Their mother was Ann Brett and their father was an army surgeon, Captain Charles Curtis Brett (1789–1865). Rosa grew up in Dublin, but was known to travel on the continent, spending 1854–55 in Belgium for her health.

George C. Claussen

George C. Claussen (August 6, 1882 – December 18, 1948) was a Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court from October 21, 1932 to December 4, 1932, and again from April 17, 1933 to December 3, 1934, appointed from Clinton County, Iowa.

Bill Spackman

E. W. Spackman (1882 – 17 December 1955), known as Bill Spackman, was a British trade unionist.

George Hume Barne

George Hume Barne’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Mary Rogers

Mary “Maize” C Gamble Rogers (May 7, 1882 – 1920) was an American painter. She painted in watercolor and oil, and was known for still lifes, miniatures, landscapes, and cityscapes of New York City. She was one of the founders and directors of the Society of Independent Artists. Her works were included in the 1910 Exhibition of Independent Artists, the 1913 Armory Show, and in memorial exhibitions after her early death.

Elaine Hamilton

Elaine Hamilton (1882-1967) est un auteur britannique de roman policier.

Laurence Todd

Laurence “Larry” Todd (1882–1957) was an American journalist who worked as a news agency correspondent in Washington, DC. A committed radical, Todd worked as personal secretary to Socialist Congressman Meyer London from 1915 to 1916. Todd is best remembered as a correspondent for the Soviet news agency TASS for nearly three decades, a relationship about which he was interrogated in a hearing of the United States Senate in April 1956.

Dorothy Rogers

Dorothy Rogers (1882–1952) was a famed creator of miniature needlework carpets exhibited during her lifetime and avidly collected after her death. Rogers began her lifetime obsession in her twenties while building a dollhouse for her young daughter. Her husband, an English army Colonel stationed in India, soon joined her in her craft, and the two spent decades engaged in intensive collaborative research and innovation. Rogers modeled many carpets on existing examples in prominent British collections (exploring Turkish, Shirvan, Caucasian, Daghestan, Hamadan, Khamseh, and Baluchi designs) while providing subtle alterations to existing styles. A number of Rogers’ carpets contain personalized and possibly coded inscriptions.

Winifred Peck

Winifred Peck, née Knox, (1882–1962) was an English novelist and biographer.

Orland M. Heacock

Orland M. Heacock’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

W. S. Gill

W. S. Gill’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

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