Donald Hiss

Donald Hiss was the younger brother of Alger Hiss

Donald Hiss was the younger brother of Alger Hiss was born in Baltimore on 1906 12 15, graduated from the Harvard Law School and Johns Hopkins University, spent with Burling and Covington in private law practice. Donald Hiss lay in tariff law and int...
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Malcolm Harbour is a British politician, a member of the European Conservatives

Harbour is, the West Midlands Region of the UK, Chairman of the Committee, Vice-Chairman of the Parliament, Chairman of the European Manufacturing Forum, the Conservative Technology Forum and the Ceramics Industry Forum, a Governor of the European Internet Foundation on Consumer Protection and Internal Market.
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Jacob Collamer was an American politician

Collamer was Chairman of the Committee, a longtime trustee, the lead senator of the nine Republicans on Public Lands on the Committee and Manufactures.
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John Cotton Smith was a nineteenth-century lawyer, politician and judge

Smith was chairman of the Committee, an unsuccessful candidate, the last Federalist Governor of Connecticut, a member of the Connecticut, the first President of the Connecticut Bible Society, a Vice-President of the American Colonization Society in the Seventh on Claims.
Elizabeth Bentley

Elizabeth Bentley was an American spy

Elizabeth Terrill Bentley was an American spy from 1938 for the Soviet Union. Strait-laced old family Episcopalian New England ers attended Vassar College. Bentley's entry became soon lovers acquired an important role in the Soviets in Soviet intelli...
Whitechapel Vigilance Committee

Whitechapel Vigilance Committee was a group of local volunteers

The Whitechapel Vigilance Committee was a group of local volunteers. The volunteers patrolled mainly in the search of the murderer at night. The committee was set up by local businessmen, was led by a local builder by George Lusk, was unhappy that th...
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Mount Henry Peninsula is a prominent headland

Mount Henry Peninsula covers 11.9 hectare s, Banksia menziesii woodland and both Banksia attenuata is a prominent headland on the shores of the Canning River with limestone outcrops, is covered by open woodland of tuart. The peninsula is owned as par...
Washington Gardner

Washington Gardner was born in Ohio in Morrow County

Gardner was born in Ohio in Morrow County, entered the Union Army was wounded severely at the Battle of Resaca in action, was appointed Michigan Secretary of State. Gardner was elected then twice in 1894 to the position, served as Michigan. The schoo...
Julius C. Burrows

Julius C. Burrows was a U.S. Senator and a U.S. Representative

Burrows was principal of the Richland Seminary, the practice of law, chairman of the Committee, an unsuccessful candidate, chairman of the Committee, an unsuccessful candidate, chairman of the Committee, an unsuccessful candidate, chairman of the Committee in the Department of the Navy on Expenditures.
Charles A. Chickering

Charles A. Chickering was a U.S. Representative

Charles Addison Chickering was a U.S. Representative from New York. Harrisburg attended Lowville Academy and the common schools engaged as a hardware merchant in business, served as member of the Republican State committee as chairman of the Lewis Co...

Canadian Extreme Wrestling Party was a frivolous political party

The Canadian Extreme Wrestling Party was a frivolous political party in Canada. The party held leadership convention in Newfoundland in Conception Bay South, comes with specific issues to the House, believe in that principle. The organization formed ...

Henry Wildman was convict transported to Western Australia

Henry Wildman was convict transported to Western Australia. Wildman arrived on the Lord Dalhousie in Western Australia. This expedition sailed from Fremantle, formed the beginning went in 1864 to Camden Harbour and Exmouth Gulf. No gold was found in ...

John Reed Jr. was a Representative

Reed was chairman of the Committee, the 17th Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts, the son of John Reed Sr. on Unfinished Business and Revisal.

Ernst Philip Boas was an American physician

Boas was, an early advocate of a universal health care system, an instructor, a prolific writer of articles, Chairman of the Committee in Pi Gamma Mu in liberal arts.

Abraham Bockee was politician and an American lawyer

Bockee was a Federalist member of the New York State Assembly, Chairman of the Committee, a member of the New York State Senate, First Judge of the Dutchess County Court on Agriculture in 1820.