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- Alfred Edwards: Alfred Ormonde Edwards was an English businessman. He was, along with Herbert Kilpin, one of the charter members of Italian football club A.C. Milan, which was originally named Milan Foot-Ball and Cricket Club, and was elected the first president of the club.
- Alfred Edwards: Alfred Charles Edwards was a journalist and magnate of the French press.
- Alfred Edwards was a British politician who served for fifteen years as a Member of Parliament. His origins were as a company director in the foundry industry in Middlesbrough, which led him into conflict with the Labour Party when it proposed to nationalise the iron and steel industries; profoundly unable to support the party, he crossed the floor and became an active Conservative Party supporter.
- born in (127 years ago)
- nationality: United Kingdom
- profession: Politician
- died on (57 years ago)
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by Nancy Lewis Tuten, John Zubizarreta
Cramer notes that the poem was later published with a dedication to Frost's friend and publisher Alfred Edwards and appears in Frost's last collection, In the Clearing (1962), lending the collection its title. Reginald Cook notes that Frost once ...
by Jill Berk Jiminez
Thadee failed in business and became financially dependent on the enormously wealthy, plain-speaking entrepreneur Alfred Edwards. In complex circumstances, Misia began a relationship with Edwards; ...
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