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- Alexander Bell: Alexander Patrick Bell was an Argentine born English cricketer. Bell was a right-handed batsman. He was born at Rosario, Santa Fe.
- Alexander Bell was a Los Angeles, California, merchant both before and after that city became a part of the United States. He was elected to the first Los Angeles Common Council, the city's governing body, on July 1, 1850, but resigned on September 26 of that year.
- Alexander Bell a.k.a. Alexander F. Bell was the head football coach for the Villanova University Wildcats football team from 1960 to 1966. He compiled a record of 35–30–0 and took the Wildcats to two bowl games—the 1961 Sun Bowl and 1962 Liberty Bowl—where Villanova won the Sun Bowl 17–9 over Wichita State, but lost the Liberty Bowl 0–6 against Oregon State.
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- Alexander Bell was the father of Alexander Melville Bell.
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- profession: Teacher
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- died in (151 years ago)
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Alexander Bell has left a few engravings including: Sir Hew Dalrymple ofDrummore, George Drummond of Edinburgh, Andrew Duncan and Alexander Duncan after Allen Ramsay. BELL, Charles (Sir) British, 18th — 19th century, male.
by Francess G. Halpenny
Barsalou, Joseph Beany, William Begg, Alexander Bell, Robert ...
by John Hannavy
Felice Béchard, Henri and Émile, and Délié, Hipployte Becquerel, Edmond Alexandre Bede, Cuthbert Bedford, Francis Beere, Daniel Manders Behles, Edmondo Belgium Belitski, Ludwig, and von Minutoli, Baron Alexander Bell, William Bell, ...
by Leslie Alexander
Founded by Philip Alexander Bell in 1865, The Elevator became one of the longest published African American newspapers of the 19th century. This “weekly journal of progress” reported on current events, American politics, science, and the ...
by D. W. Ballentyne
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