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Ernie Fields

Popular bandleader from the 1940s and 1950s. He was among the pioneers from the changeover from big music group to R&B. He researched electrical engineering on the Tuskegee Institute and in addition performed trombone for the school’s marching music group. He eventually shifted to Tulsa where he performed about in …

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Clifford D. Simak

The writer of such award-winning science fiction novels as Way Place and City, he explored themes of your time, place, and religion in his works. After graduating from the School of Wisconsin-Madison, he proved helpful for many Midwestern papers. In 1933, he started publishing his tales in pulp journals. His …

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George F. Kennan

He was the architect of America’s Chilly War ‘containment plan’ which sent the U.S. into third-world countries to oppose communism. He offered as the united states Ambassador to both Yugoslavia as well as the Soviet Union. The foundation of his plan for the Soviet Union originated from an 8,000-term response …

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Richard Eberhart

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and past U.S. Poet Laureate whose selections consist of Brotherhood of Males and Burr Oaks. He trained poetry at Dartmouth University for thirty years. He started writing poetry following a 1921 loss of life of his mom. He released his first assortment of poems, A Bravery of …

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Denny Shute

World Golfing Hall of Popularity golfer who have won 16 PGA Travels and two main tournaments. He began winning games in the amateur circuit before signing up for the PGA. His record of two consecutive PGA Tournament is victorious stood unbroken for three quarters of a hundred years. His British-born …

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Linwood G. Dunn

A cinematographer who specialized in particular results and worked Resident Kane in 1941. He utilized to are a projectionist for the American FILM Corp. He includes a theatre called after him known as the The Linwood Dunn Theater, which is area of the Pickford Middle situated in Hollywood. He previously …

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Frederick Ashton

Dancer and choreographer who all served as movie director from the Royal Ballet in Britain from 1963 to 1970. He was motivated to become dancer after viewing a functionality by Anna Pavlova. He choreographed Romeo and Juliet for the Royal Danish Ballet in 1958. His nephew Anthony Russell-Roberts was Administrative …

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Charlie Gardiner

NHL Hall of Popularity goaltender who in 1934 became the initial goalie captain in NHL background to lead his group to Stanley Glass victory. His camaraderie with Wilf Cude, who go on to try out in the NHL himself, sparked his curiosity about hockey. He performed his whole 7-season NHL …

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Rene Lacoste

Person in the International Golf Hall of Popularity who was simply a three-time singles France Open champ and a two-time Wimbledon and US Open up winner. He was raised playing golf in Paris, France. He gained a Wimbledon doubles name in 1925. He wedded golfer Simone de la Chaume, and …

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Zita Johann

She portrayed Helen Grosvenor in the 1932 horror film The Mummy and appeared in The Struggle. She produced her debut film appearance in the 1931 film The Struggle. She experienced a small part in the horror film Raiders from the Living Deceased. She wedded her third spouse, Bernard Shedd, in …

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