Gustave Garcia
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Thomas Moran
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Alfred Thompson Bricher
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Ernest Hoschedé
Ernest Hoschedé (18 December 1837 – 19 March 1891) was a department store magnate in Paris. Also during the successful period of his life, he was an art collector and critic. He lost his Impressionist...
Francisco Montes de Oca y Saucedo
Francisco Montes de Oca y Saucedo (January 27, 1837 – March 14, 1885) was a Mexican politician and military surgeon with the rank of General Brigadier Médico Cirujano (Brigadier General MC).
Paul Armand Silvestre
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William Elting Johnson
William Elting Johnson (October 17, 1837 West Town, Orange County, New York – December 16, 1912 Waverly, Tioga County, New York) was an American physician and politician from New York.
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Thomas Playford II
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William Nichols (Medal of Honor)
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Francis J. Herron
Francis Jay Herron (February 17, 1837 – January 8, 1902), was a Union general during the American Civil War.
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Noah Miller Glatfelter
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Eugène Mage
Eugène Abdon Mage (30 July 1837 – 19 December 1869) was a French naval officer and explorer of Africa. Mage published the first detailed description of the Toucouleur Empire created by El Hadj Umar Ta...
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Charles Henry Fletcher
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John Russell Walker
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Alexander Imeretinsky
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Lewis Strong Clarke
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William Hickley Gross
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Carl Abel
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Anne Isabella Thackeray Ritchie
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Hermann Schwartze
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Friedrich von Holstein
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Sarah Blakesley Chase
Sarah Blakesley Chase (also spelled Sara Blakelee; born January 18, 1837 in Clermont County, Ohio), had been known for the continuous battle with Anthony Comstock for the selling of contraceptive devi...
Nikolai Uspensky
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Henry R. Gibson
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Hippolyte Boulenger
Hippolyte Emmanuel Boulenger (1837–1874) was a Belgian landscape painter influenced by the French Barbizon school, considered to be "the Belgian Corot".
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William Ralph Churton
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Franz Overbeck
Franz Camille Overbeck (16 November 1837 – 26 June 1905) was a German Protestant theologian. In Anglo-American discourse, he is perhaps best known in regard to his friendship with Friedrich Nietzsche;...
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