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O'Neill, Eugene (Gladstone)(Encyclopedia)O'Neill, Eugene (Gladstone), 1888–1953, American dramatist, b. New York City. He is widely acknowledged as America's greatest playwright. Early Life O'Neill's father was James O'Neill, a popular act...
Gladstone(Encyclopedia)Gladstone, city (1990 pop. 26,243), Clay co., W Mo., a suburb surrounded by Kansas City; founded c.1878, inc. 1952. The city has diverse light industries.
Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site(Encyclopedia)Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site: see National Parks and Monuments (table).
Eugene(Encyclopedia)Eugene, city (1990 pop. 112,669), seat of Lane co., W Oregon, on the Willamette River; inc. 1862. A processing and shipping center in a farming area, the Emerald City has wood-products, recreational-v...
Christie, Perry Gladstone(Encyclopedia)Christie, Perry Gladstone, 1943–, Bahamian political leader. A member of the Progressive Liberal party, he practiced law for several years before serving (1977–2017; as an independent from 1987 to...
Gladstone, William Ewart(Encyclopedia)Gladstone, William Ewart, 1809–98, British statesman, the dominant personality of the Liberal party from 1868 until 1894. A great orator and a master of finance, he was deeply religious and brought ...
Gladstone, Herbert John Gladstone, 1st Viscount(Encyclopedia)Gladstone, Herbert John Gladstone, 1st Viscount gld´stn [key], 1854–1930, British statesman; son of William E. Gladstone. A member of Parliament from 1880 to 1910, he held various offices under...
Talmadge, Eugene(Encyclopedia)Talmadge, Eugene, 1884–1946, governor of Georgia (1933–37, 1941–43), b. Forsyth, Ga. In his second term as governor (1935–37) of Georgia, his staff was forbidden by Harry Hopkins to disburse f...
Aram, Eugene(Encyclopedia)Aram, Eugene ´rm [key], 1704–59, English philologist, b. Yorkshire. A self-taught linguist, Aram was the first to identify the Celtic languages as related to the other languages of Europe. In 1...
Field, Eugene(Encyclopedia)Field, Eugene, 1850–95, American poet and journalist, b. St. Louis. After working on several Midwestern newspapers, in 1883 he became a columnist for the Chicago Daily News (later the Record). His u...
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