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Who is Aldrich?

Aldrich a.k.a. Ronnie Aldrich, born Ronald Frank Aldrich was a British easy listening and jazz pianist, arranger, conductor, and composer. The only son of a store manager, he was three years old when he started playing the piano. He was educated at The Harvey Grammar School, Folkestone, and taught violin at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Before World War II, Aldrich went to India to play jazz and first gained fame in the 1940s as leader of The Squadronaires, up until their disbanding in 1964.

Places

  1. Aldrich is a city in Wadena County, Minnesota, United States, along the Partridge River. The population was 48 at the 2010 census. The small community holds the distinction as the first permanent settlement in Wadena County and the first to establish a post office. It is also home to the first Catholic church in the area, established in 1870, as a mission church.
  2. Aldrich is a village in Polk County, Missouri, United States. The population was 80 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Springfield, Missouri Metropolitan Statistical Area.
  3. Aldrich is an unincorporated community in Shelby County, Alabama, United States, that is now part of Montevallo. Coal was mined in the area around Aldrich beginning in 1839. In 1875, Truman H. Aldrich purchased the town surrounding the mines and named it Aldrich. He leased the mining operations to his younger brother, William F. Aldrich. Convict labor was employed at some time during the operation of Aldrich's coal mines, and is mentioned in Douglas Blackmon's Slavery By Another Name. A prison was built to house the convicts, and the convict cemetery is located near where the prison once stood. The community was once home to churches, a school, and houses that were all built by the operators of the mines. A post office was established in 1883, with William Aldrich as the first postmaster, and was in use until it was closed in 1965. From 1895 to 1902, Aldrich had a locally published newspaper, The Alabama time-piece. The mines were closed on July 5, 1942. Today, Aldrich is home to the Aldrich Coal Mine Museum.

There are other places with in their name, like Aldrich Township, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum.

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  1. Aldrich is a school, educational institution.
  2. Aldrich is a website.
  3. Aldrich is a family name.

Phrases with Aldrich

  1. Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome
  2. Canace Aldrich

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Google previewBiographical Cyclopædia of Homœopathic Physicians and Surgeons (1893)

by American Homœopathic Biographical Association

Aldrich is a member and secretary <f the Minneapolis Homoeopathic Medical Society, a member of the Minnesota State Homoeopathic...

Google previewDirectors' Liability (2010)

A Worldwide Review by Alexander Loos

Michael Aldrich (co-author Mongolia and the People's Republic of China) Michael Aldrich is a partner in the Beijing office of Hogan Lovells LLP and has ...

Google previewLexicon of Geologic Names of the United States: A-L (1938)

is called Aldrich (Beaver) Is.] In several subsequent repts of Ala. Geol. Surv. (E. A. Smith and H. McCalley, Ala. Geol. Surv . Bull. 9, 1904 ; E. A. Smith, Ala. Geol. Surv. Undergd Water Res. Ala., 1907 ; W. B. ...

Google previewSpeaking of Art (2012)

by P. Kivy

imputed to – Aldrich is that aesthetic perceiving is aspect-perceiving of the kind in which only the appearance is attended to. Now as this view is merely a reexpression of the old view that aesthetic perception involves attending not to things ...

Google previewBulletin (1938)

is called Aldrich. (Beaver) Is.] In several subsequent repts of Ala. Geol. Surv. (E. A. Smith and H. McCalley, Ala. Geol. Surv . Bull. 9, 1904 ; E. A. Smith, Ala. Geol. Surv. Undergd Water Res. Ala., 1907; W. B. ...

Google previewWest Virginia Biographical Dictionary (1999)

by Jan Onofrio

Aldrich, began in 1903, and grew increasingly significant as Dolliver aligned himself with La Follette, Clapp, and Beveridge. The emotional orator of forty-five with the mid- Western, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Television Series, Pilots and Specials (1985)

by Vincent Terrace

Laryssa Lauret Dr Steve Aldrich David O'Brien Ginny Greta Rae Emma Simpson Katherine Squire Toni Ferra Anna Stuart Dr John Rice Terry Kiser Dr Bill Winters James Noble Carolee Aldrich Carolee Campbell Jada Rowland Billy Aldrich ...

Google previewThe General Biographical Dictionary Containing an Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Persons; ... a New Ed. by Alex. Chalmers. - London, J. Nichols 1812-1817 (1817)

by Alexander Chalmers

Aldrich, Smalridge, Harrington, Tully, Hooper, and Whitby.' WOODWARD.(J01-1N), an eminent natural philosopher, was descended from a good family, originally of Gloucestershire; and was born in\Derhyshire, May l, ...

Google previewDictionary of National Biography (1885)

by Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee

ALDRICH, HENRY (1647—1710), divine and scholar, was born at Westminster under Busby ; ...

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The possession of unlimited power will make a despot of almost any man. There is a possible Nero in the gentlest of human creature that walks. (Thomas Bailey Aldrich)
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Scrabble value of A1L1D2R1I1C3H4

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