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Smith, Charles W., 1938- (5)

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Smith, Charles W. (Charles William), 1904- (5)

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Smith, Charles W., 1846-1921 (4)

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A native of Hendricks County, Ind., Smith served during the Civil War with the 133rd Indiana Infantry and the 109th U.S. Colored Infantry. After the war he finished law school and moved to Indianapolis. In 1877 Smith and John S. Duncan formed the law firm of Duncan, Smith & Duncan.

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Smith, Charles W. (Charles Wesley), b. 1877. (2)

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Smith, C. W. (Charles William), 1940- (2)

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C.W. Smith, currently a professor of English at Southern Methodist University, has been a reporter, critic, screenwriter and novelist. He was a Dobie-Paisano Fellow from 1974 to 1975 and President of the Texas Institute of Letters from 1981 to 1983. He has won the Texas Institute of Letters Jesse Jones Award for best novel in 1973 and the Stanley Walker Award for Journalism in 1985. He has written for magazines and journals including the Dallas Times Herald, Esquire, and Mademoiselle....

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Smith, Charles W. (1)

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2nd Lt. Charles W. Smith (1)

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Law, William; Clark, Robert; Smith, John; Ponton, W; Mackie, Charles; Colden, Cadwallader (1)

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William Law of Elvingston was the son of John Law, Minister of Campsie and Antermony, near Glasgow, and also Minister in Edinburgh. Law (according to City records) was appointed Regent (or Professor) of Philosophy in 1690. By 1708, he was the Senior Regent and occupant of the Chair of Moral Philosophy. William Law died in 1729.

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F. Opper, R. F. Outcault, Homer Davenport, Charles Nelan, Dan Smith, C. G. Bush, Carl Schultze, E. W. Kemble (1)

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