Giovanni Boldini
Music: Praeludium and Allegro (in the style of Pugnani) by Fritz Kreisler.
Malinda Blalock
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Zyber Hallulli
Zyber Hallulli was an Albanian politician and mayor of Tirana from 1913 through 1914. He was co-initiator for estblishing the first public orphanage in Albania.
Hallulli was born in Tirana, Ottoma...
George W. Brush
George Washington Brush (October 4, 1842 – November 18, 1927) was an American soldier, dentist, physician and politician. He served as a captain of a black company in the 34th Infantry Regiment U.S. C...
Christopher Pickering
Christopher G. Pickering (1842–1920) was a British businessman and philanthropist. He made his fortune as a merchant and ship owner, particularly in the Kingston upon Hull fish trade. In 1914 he found...
James Hipwood
James Hipwood (1842–1926) was an Australia politician. He was an alderman on the Brisbane Municipal Council from 1884 to 1897, and mayor of Brisbane, Queensland from 1886 to 1887.
James Hipwood w...
António Mendes Belo
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Allan Joseph Champneys Cunningham
The British mathematician Allan Joseph Champneys Cunningham (Delhi 1842 – London 1928) started a military career with the East India Company's Bengal (later Royal) Engineers. During 1871–1881, he was ...
Willem Christiaan van Manen
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Eliphalet Oram Lyte
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Franz Tieze
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Gustavo Mancinelli
Gustavo Mancinelli (Rome, 1842 - 1906) was an Italian painter, who made portraits and depicted many Orientalist subjects.
He was the son and pupil of the painter Giuseppe Mancinelli. He resided in...
Jack Francis Needham
Jack Francis Needham OBE (1842–1924) was a British Officer in the Bengal Police who was posted in the Eastern Himalayan region during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He authored several pionee...
L. C. Hughes
Louis Cameron "L. C." Hughes (May 15, 1842 – November 24, 1915) was an American newspaper editor, lawyer, union organizer, and politician who served as the eleventh Governor of Arizona Territory...
James Round
James Round JP (6 April 1842 – 25 December 1916) was an English first-class cricketer and Conservative politician.Round was born at Colchester, the son of Rev. James Thomas Round and his wife Lo...
Albert R. Hall (Minnesota politician)
Albert R. "A.R." Hall (1842–1905) was a Minnesota banker, politician and Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives, representing Dayton. His first year of service in the Minnesota House of Rep...
Hao Weizhen
Hao Weizhen (1842–1920), or Hao Wei-chen, was a Chinese t'ai chi ch'uan (taijiquan) teacher. Hao became a well known and influential teacher of Wu Yu-hsiang's style of t'ai chi ch'uan, his teacher Li ...
Satyendranath Tagore
Satyendranath Tagore was the first Indian to join the Indian Civil Service. He was an author, song composer, linguist and made significant contribution towards the emancipation of women in Indian soci...
Aimé Dupont
Aimé Dupont (1842 – 16 February 1900) was a Belgian-born American sculptor and photographer who was best known for his pictures of opera singers when he was the official photographer for the Metropoli...
Charles H. Treat
Charles H. Treat (1842 – May 30, 1910) was an American politician who served as Treasurer of the United States.
He was born in Frankfort, Maine, the son of Henry Treat and the grandson of Col. Ezr...
Ebara Soroku
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Ebara was born in Edo as the s...
Henri Jean Baptiste Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu
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Samuel Allsopp, 2nd Baron Hindlip
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George Crawford Platt
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Mariano Álvarez
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Álvarez was born in Noveleta, Cavite. He received formal schooling at the San José College in M...
William Hickton (cricketer, born 1842)
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Adolf Pinner
Adolf Pinner (August 31, 1842 – May 21, 1909) was a German chemist.He was educated at the Jewish Theological Seminary at Breslau and at the University of Berlin (Phd in Chemistry (Doctor der Chemie), ...