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- Alfred Hayes was a British screenwriter, television writer, novelist, and poet, who worked in Italy and the United States. He is perhaps best known for his poem "Joe Hill", later set to music by Earl Robinson.
- Alfred Hayes, Jr. was an American banker and an expert in international finance. Hayes was known as a conservative money manager who took a strong stand against inflation. He also had a reputation as a lightning-fast mathematician.
- Alfred Hayes a.k.a. Alfred Hayes, Jr. of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania and Greenwich, Connecticut was an American educator, common and constitutional lawyer, internationalist and Progressive Era advocate for Theodore Roosevelt’s Progressive Party and the Bull Moose initiative.
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Dictionary of Films (1972)
by Georges Sadoul, Peter Morris
Dir Fritz Lang Seen Alfred Hayes based on the novel La Bete humaine by Emile Zola Photog Burnett Guffey Art Dir Robert Peterson Mus Daniele Amfitheatrof Ed ...
Encyclopedia of Television (2014)
by Horace Newcomb, Lambdin Kay Distinguished Professor for the Peabody Awards Horace Newcomb
Alfred Hayes, Henry Slesar, James Bridges, Robert Bloch, Leigh Brackett. Programming History 1962–65 CBS September ...
by John Grasso
Fred Grobmier Eddie Guerrero Vickie Guerrero Ray Gunkel Cliff Gustafson Charlie Haas Scott Hall Jeff Hardy Matt Hardy Bret Hart Bruce Hart Jimmy Hart Owen Hart Stu Hart Lord Alfred Hayes Roy Heffernan Gregory Helms Christy Hemme ...
Containing the History of Australasia from 1542 to Date by J. Henniker Heaton
Alfred Hayes, Post and Telegraph Master, died at Dubbo, aged 28, October ...
by Stephen W. Littlejohn, Karen A. Foss
Thomas Sebeok, Alfred Hayes, and Mary Bateson, for example, classify paralanguage along with nonvocal modes of communication under the general heading of semiotics. Alessandra Padula See also Interpersonal Communication Theories ...
by Robert E. Weir
That advice quickly became an IWW slogan, and it factored prominently in the song “joe Hill,” penned by poet Alfred Hayes and composer Earl Robinson in 1925, which entered the folk-music canon and remains a staple of that genre.
A Dictionary of Similes (1916)
by Frank Jenners Wilstach
— ALFRED HAYES. Wrinkled like a last year's apple.
by Linda S. Watts
Jones to Alfred Hayes. More recently, in the context of the American folk revival , artists such as Joan Baez, Woody Guthrie, and Pete Seeger have popularized tunes that recall Hill's legacy. Joe Hill emerged as a martyr of sorts in the history ...
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
Schaffner SCR: Frank Tarloff & Alfred Hayes based on Henry S. Maxfield's novel Legacy for a Spy PHOTOG: ...
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