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Little Company


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Little Company, The

LITTLER, Emile (1903 - 1985), Theatrical Impresario, Producer, Author and Company Director

‘That Little Company of Angels’: The Tragedies of Children's Deaths

LITTLER, (James) Geoffrey (1930 - 2010), Director, Montanaro UK Smaller Companies Investment Trust plc, 1995–2000

Littler, Sir John Hunter (1783-1856), army officer in the East India Company

OSBORNE, Peter (George) (born 1943), Chairman and Managing Director, Osborne & Little plc (design company), since 1967

The Blood of Flowers. Anita Amirrezvani. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2007. 384 pages. $23.99 hardcover.

All Quiet on the Western Front, E. M. Remarque (translated by A. W. Wheen), London and New York, Little Brown and Company, 1995 (reprinted)

‘Little flat furnished by Maple . . . ’ The ‘English Taste’ in Buenos Aires: The Thompson and Maple Companies (1887–1986)

The Making of the Pope 2005. By Father Andrew M. Greeley. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2005. 254 + xxix pp. $23.95

Harlem Is Nowhere: A Journey to the Mecca of Black America. Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2011. 304 pages. $24.99 cloth.

Rachel Schreiber. Gender and Activism in a Little Magazine: The Modern Figures of the Masses. Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate Publishing Company. 2011. Pp. xi, 182. $104.95

PARSONS, Charles Algernon (1854 - 1931), JP Northumberland; Chairman of the steam turbine, electrical, optical and engineering works, C. A. Parsons & Co., at Heaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Chairman of the Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company, Limited; Chairman of Ross, Ltd, Optical Works, Clapham Common; Chairman of Parsons Optical Glass Co., Little Chester, Derby; Past President of the Institute of Physics; Past President of the British Association; Past President, North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders

 

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A novel by Eleanor Dark, was published in 1945. Set in wartime Sydney, it deals mainly with the experience of Gilbert Massey, a middle-aged bookseller and author of leftist political ...

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Eleanor Dark (1901—1985)


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