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Who is Thomas Alexander?
Thomas Alexander is an actor.
- also known as Thomas Gamburg
- profession: Actor
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by William Berry
Captain Thomas Alexander (2), R.N. Captain Nicholas Lockyer, R.N. Captain Rowland Money, R.N. Lieutenant-Colonel Miller Clifford, 89th Foot.
by Frederik Ohles, Shirley M. Ohles, John G. Ramsay
Thomas Alexander founded and led the experimental New College of Teachers College, Columbia University, during the 1930s. It emphasized new methods in teacher training, including seminars and independent projects. Students spent a ...
by Samuel Halkett
By Rolph Boldrewood [Thomas Alexander Browne). 8vo. [Col. Inst. Lib.] London, 1894 ROBBIE and the stars ; and other stories. By Pansy [Mrs Isabella ( Macdonald) Alden). 8vo. Boston, 1876 ROBBIE Chivers. [A tale.] By C. E. M. [ Constance ...
A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire by John Burke (1838)
by John Burke
Thomas Alexander Lord Lovat. (Earl of Roreberg.) (Earl of (.'Ianwilliom.) (In anotherplace M (In another place as (In another Mann—According to the Usage of Parliament, when the House appoints a Select Committee, the Lords appointed to ...
by Bron Taylor
Hirschi, Clark to Thomas Alexander, 27 February 1995, Fax Transmission, LDS Public Affairs Department, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in author's possession. Jackson, Richard H. “Utah's Harsh Lands, Hearth of Great- ness.
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Thomas Alexander Ferguson Graham - Alone in London
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