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Lionel Barnett

Lionel David Barnett CB FBA (21 October 1871 – 28 January 1960) was an English orientalist.
The son of a Liverpool banker, Barnett was educated at Liverpool High School, Liverpool Institute, University College, Liverpool and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he took a first class degree in classics and was three times a winner of a Browne medal.
In 1899, he joined the British Museum as Assistant Keeper in the Department of Oriental Printed Books and Manuscripts. In 1908 he became Keeper, remaining in the post until his retirement in 1936. He was also Professor of Sanskrit at University College, London from 1906 to 1917, founding Lecturer in Sanskrit at the School of Oriental Studies (1917–1948), Lecturer in Ancient Indian History and Epigraphy (1922–1948), and Librarian of the School (1940–1947). In 1948, at the age of 77, he rejoined the British Museum, which was desperately short of staff, as an Assistant Keeper, remaining there until his death.
In 1932, Barnett became entirely blind in one eye and retained only partial vision in the other.
He was made a Companion of the Bath (CB) in 1937.

Jacques de Menasce

Jacques de Menasce (August 19, 1905 – January 28, 1960) was a composer, pianist, and critic of Austrian, and later American, nationality.

Richard C. Kahn

Richard C. Kahn (January 26, 1897 in New Orleans, Louisiana – January 28, 1960 in Hollywood, California) was an American film director and screenwriter, known for his B movies of the 1930s and early 1940s. He often worked with an all-black cast. His feature films include The Secret Menace (1931), The Third Sex (1934), Two-Gun Man from Harlem (1938), The Bronze Buckaroo (1939), Harlem Rides the Range (1939), Son of Ingagi (1940), Buzzy Rides the Range (1940), Buzzy and the Phantom Pinto (1941) and Guns Don’t Argue (1957) (with Bill Karn). In 1955 he directed an episode of Grand Ole Opry, and in 1958 he directed two episodes of Sky King, “Rodeo Decathlon” and “The Brain and the Brawn”.

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