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Walter Brown


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Bertram Wyatt-Brown. Hearts of Darkness: Wellsprings of a Southern Literary Tradition. (The Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures in Southern History. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Lectures in Southern History.) Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press. 2003. Pp. xxvi, 235. Cloth $59.95, paper $24.95

LANGDON-BROWN, Walter (1870 - 1946), Emeritus Professor of Physic, University of Cambridge; Fellow of Corpus Christi College; Consulting Physician, St Bartholomew’s Hospital and Metropolitan Hospital; Senior Medical Officer Provident Mutual Life Assurance Assoc.; Member of Council, Pharmaceutical Society; Hon. FFR; Hon. Fellow Royal Society of Medicine; Hon. Freeman, Society of Apothecaries; Hon. Fellow Hunterian Society and Harveian Society

SCOTT-BROWN, Walter Graham (died 1987), Consulting Surgeon, Throat, Nose and Ear Department, Royal Free Hospital, and late Surgeon and Lecturer Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital; late Consulting Aurist and Laryngologist at East Grinstead Cottage Hospital and at the Maxillo-facial unit; and Lecturer to University of London; Fellow Royal Society Medicine and Member Otological and Laryngological Section; Fellow Medical Society of London; formerly engaged in consulting practice in London as oto-rhino-laryngologist

 

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B. August 1916, Dallas, Texas, USA, d. June 1956, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA. Discovered by band leader Jay McShann just a few days before his band’s debut recording session for Decca ...

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