American child of noted family, the daughter of actors Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth, who were married on 7 September 1943 and divorced on 10 November 1947
Chilean writer, poet, and anarcha-feminist. Described as "embodying sexual aberrance and social prophesy", she was a friend of the writers Ramón Gómez de la
American entertainer who joined the Lawrence Welk show on New Year's Eve, 1967 and married the maestro's son, Lawrence Welk, Jr. the following spring. They ha
German princess, the first daughter and second child of Princess Elna-Margret and Prince Carl Ferdinand of Bentheim and Steinfurt.
Dutch physician, biologist, cancer researcher, bacteriologist and serologist.
His parents were the accountant Hijman Waterman (1848-1925) and Elizabeth van Pra
German philosopher and academic, known as a theorist of Romanticism and of irony. After extensive studies and a varied career, in 1811 he became professor of p
Polish prince, nobleman, politician, diplomat, scholar and the son of John (Jan) III Sobieski, King of Poland, and his wife, Marie Casimire Louise de la Grange
American legal economist and CEO in charge of CSX, a transportation company. Snow's extensive education includes a BA and PhD in Economics and an LLB degree.
American military, major general.
Ed Steinbrecher collection: Gauquelin Book of American Charts
Vocation : Military : Milit
American baseball player, a left-handed pitcher with the Atlanta Braves. During the 1985 season he was disabled for a month for the removal of a cyst from his