'Freeman' can also refer to...

Alan Freeman (1927—2006) disc jockey

Alexander Freeman (1838—1897) astronomer and teacher of mathematics

Algernon Bertram Freeman Mitford (1837—1916) diplomatist and author

Ann Freeman (1797—1826) Methodist Bible Christian preacher

Arthur Freeman

Arthur Freeman (b. 1938)

Bobby Freeman (b. 1940)

Bud Freeman (b. 1906)

Chico Freeman

Chris Freeman

David Freeman (b. 1947)

David Freeman (b. 1952)

Don Freeman (1908—1978)

Douglas Southall Freeman (1886—1953)

E. A. Freeman (1823—1892) historian

Ella Agnes Freeman Sharpe (1875—1947) psychoanalyst and schoolteacher

Ernie Freeman (1922—1981)

Flora Lucy Freeman (1869—1960) philanthropist and writer

Freeman A. Hrabowski

Freeman, Elizabeth (c. 1744—1829)

Freeman Freeman Thomas (1866—1941) governor-general of Canada and viceroy of India

Freeman John Dyson (b. 1923)

Freeman Patterson (b. 1937)

freeman rolls

Freeman v. Pitts

Freeman Wills Crofts (1879—1957) railway engineer and writer of detective stories

Freeman–Tukey test

Freeman–Tukey transformation

Freeman's Farm


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(1920–24, 1930–31),

weekly magazine of political and aesthetic criticism, edited with a liberal point of view, was founded by Van Wyck Brooks, A. J. Nock, and others. Financial failure caused ...

Subjects: Literature.

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