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Adella Hunt Logan (1863—1915)

Alfred William Hunt (1830—1896) landscape painter

Andrew Hunt (1790—1861) landscape painter

Arabella Hunt (1662—1705) singer and musician

Arthur Surridge Hunt (1871—1934) papyrologist

Beverley J. Hunt

buffalo hunt

Cecilia Grace Hunt Gillie (1907—1996) radio executive

Clive Hunt

Commando Hunt, Operation

Commonwealth v. Hunt, 45 Mass. 111 (1842).

Dame Agnes Gwendoline Hunt (1866—1948) worker with physically disabled people

Donald Hunt (b. 1930)

Easter egg hunt

Edgar Hubert Hunt (1909—2006) musician

Edgar Huntly; Or, Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker

Edward Eyre Hunt (1885—1953)

Fred Hunt (b. 1923)

Frederick Knight Hunt (1814—1854) journalist

G. W. Hunt (c. 1829—1904) music-hall songwriter

George Hunt

George Hunt (1854—1933)

George Ward Hunt (1825—1877) politician

Georgiana Huntly McCrae (1804—1890)

Geraldine Hunt

Gordon family, earls of Huntly

Helen Hunt Jackson (1830—1885)

(Henry Cecil) John Hunt (1910—1998) mountaineer

Henry George Bonavia Hunt (1847—1917) founder of Trinity College of Music, London

Henry Hunt (1773—1835) radical


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In 1888, Joseph and William Hunt launched a small preserving business in Santa Rosa, California. Two years later, it was incorporated as the Hunt Brothers Fruit Packing Company. During their ...

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