Cracking the Code of James Hampton's Private Language
After the sun went down and the streetlights woke up, God visited James Hampton. Not just once, but often. Moses appeared to him in 1931, the Virgin Mary in 1946, and then Adam on the day of Truman’s ...
Harvey Long
Harvey John Long (September 11, 1906 – October 8, 1952) played in the National Football League for the Chicago Bears and Frankford Yellow Jackets in 1929 and 1930 as a tackle and guard. He playe...
Eysteinn Jónsson
Eysteinn Jónsson (13 November 1906 – 11 August 1993) was an Icelandic politician and former minister.
Walter Sande
Walter Sande (July 9, 1906 – November 22, 1971) was an American actor, notable for film and television roles, including Paul Revere in Walt Disney's Johnny Tremain.
Born in Denver, Colorado, he wa...
Peter T. Farrell
Peter T. Farrell (November 12, 1900 – November 9, 1992) was an American judge from Queens, New York City, who served as a judge on Queens County Court and the New York Supreme Court, where he pr...
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Carlos Sylvestre Begnis
Carlos Sylvestre Begnis (30 August 1903 – 22 September 1980) was a medical doctor and politician, born in Alto Grande, a village near Bell Ville, Córdoba province in Argentina. He was a rural physici...
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Peter Simpson (Scottish footballer)
Peter Simpson (13 November 1904 — March 1974) was a Scottish footballer of the 1920s and 1930s who set many scoring records.
Simpson was born in Leith and began his career with local side Leith Am...
Frederick Campling
Frederick Stratford Campling (1908 – 22 March 1945) was an English cricketer and Royal Air Force officer. His batting and bowling styles are unknown. He was born in Basford, Nottinghamshire.Ca...
Cracking the Code of James Hampton's Private Language
After the sun went down and the streetlights woke up, God visited James Hampton. Not just once, but often. Moses appeared to him in 1931, the Virgin Mary in 1946, and then Adam on the day of Truman’s ...
Leo Sexton
Leo Joseph Sexton (August 27, 1909 – September 6, 1968) was an American athlete who mainly competed in the shot put.He was born in Danvers, Massachusetts and died in Perry, Oklahoma.He attended ...
Rolf Kaarby
Rolf Kaarby (October 6, 1909 – March 7, 1976) was a Norwegian nordic combined skier who competed in the 1930s. He won a silver medal in the individual event at the 1937 FIS Nordic World Ski Championsh...
Emry Arthur
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E...
Bill Zuill
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Hamilton Walker (inventor)
Hamilton Walker (1903—1990) was a Whangarei, New Zealand engineer, inventor, and farmer who developed and patented a variety of rotary engine designs. He was the creator of New Zealand's first rotary ...
William H. Wood
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Jesús Sosa Blanco
Jesús Sosa Blanco (1907/1908 - February 18, 1959) was a colonel in the Cuban army under Fulgencio Batista.After Fidel Castro came to power on February 16, 1959, Sosa was arrested and charged with havi...
Jack Hokeah
Jack Hokeah (December 4, 1901 - December 14, 1969) was a Kiowa painter, one of the Kiowa Five, from Oklahoma.
Jack Hokeah was born in 1901 in western Oklahoma. He was orphaned at a very young age ...
Nguyễn Lạc Hoá
Father Augustine Nguyễn Lạc Hóa (c. 1908 – c. 1989), a refugee Chinese Catholic priest in South Vietnam, led a militia called the Sea Swallows that carved out an anticommunist enclave in the Vie...
Bill Benford
Bill Benford (c. 1902 – before 1994) was an American jazz double-bassist and tubist. He was born in Charleston, West Virginia.Benford was the brother of drummer Tommy Benford. He, like his brother, w...
Tamara Drasin
Tamara Drasin (c. 1905 – March 1943), often credited as simply Tamara, was a singer and actress who introduced the song "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" in the 1933 Broadway musical Roberta.
Drasin...