Gordon Graham

(b. 1949)

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Gordon Graham

Graham, Gordon (1949– )

Sir Ernest Gordon Graham Graham Little (1867—1950) physician

GORDON, Roland Graham (1880 - 1958)

Little, Sir Ernest Gordon Graham Graham- (1867-1950), physician

'Women in music': a reply to Gordon Graham

GRAHAM, John Gordon (1833 - 1911), JP, DL

MONTGOMERY, James Gordon Henry Graham (1850 - 1902), DL

The Re-enchantment of the World: Art Versus Religion, by Gordon Graham.

Graham, David Michael Gordon [Davey], [Davy] (1940-2008), guitarist and singer

CAMPBELL, Graham Gordon (1924 - 2011), Under-Secretary, Department of Energy, 1974–84

GRAHAM, Gordon (1920 - 1997), consultant architect; Director, Foster Associates Ltd, 1984–89

RICHARDS, Peter Graham Gordon (born 1939), a District Judge (Magistrates’ Courts) (formerly Stipendiary Magistrate), Staffordshire, 1991–2008

WATSON, G(ordon) G(raham) Gibbes (1891 - 1971), Barrister; Chairman of Directors of several New Zealand financial and industrial companies

GRAHAM, (Lawrence) Gordon (born 1949), Henry Luce Professor of Philosophy and the Arts, Princeton Theological Seminary, since 2006; Director, Princeton Center for the Study of Scottish Philosophy, since 2007

GRAHAM, (William) Gordon (1920 - 2015), Editor, LOGOS, 1990–2005, Editor Emeritus, 2006–09; Group Chairman, Butterworth Publishers, 1975–90 (Chief Executive, 1974–87)

NICHOLSON, Cameron Gordon Graham (1898 - 1979), Governor of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, 1956–61; Master Gunner, St James’s Park, 1956–60; Colonel Commandant, Royal Artillery, 1950–60; Colonel Commandant Royal Horse Artillery, 1956–60

LITTLE, Ernest Gordon Graham- (died 1950), Physician in charge of the Skin Department, St Mary’s Hospital, 1902–34 and 1940–41; Consulting Physician, East London Hospital for Children; Member of the Senate, 1906–50; Chairman of the Council for External Students, 1922, retd 1946; Member of the Court since its inception, 1929, retd 1947; Member of other principal Committees, University of London; Consulting Dermatologist to the Benevolent Funds of the NUT, Concert Artistes Association, and Officers of Local Government Board


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(1949– ),

born South Africa, was brought to Australia at the age of 3. His first professional production, Innocent Bystanders, published 1985 in Popular Short Plays for the Australian Stage vol. ...

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