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Alfred James Carver (1826—1909) headmaster

Brent Carver (b. 1951)


Catharine DeFrance Carver (1921—1997) publisher's editor

George Washington Carver (1864—1943)

John Carver (c. 1560—1621) colonial governor

Johnny Carver (b. 1940)

Jonathan Carver (1710—1780) explorer and writer

Kathleen Mary Carver Baxter (1904—1994) careers adviser and playwright

Leslie J. Carver

Raymond Carver (1939—1988)

(Richard) Michael Power Carver (1915—2001) army officer

Robert Carver (c. 1487—1573) composer

Robert Carver (1735—1791) landscape and scene-painter

Robert H. F. Carver

Thomas Nixon Carver (1865—1961)

Wayman Carver (1905—1967)


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Term used to denote two quite different chairs: one is an armchair among a set of dining-chairs, usually set at the head of the table for the host, who is ...

Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.

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