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Amzi D. Harmon

Amzi Davis Harmon (April 18, 1845 - October 9, 1927) was an American soldier who fought in the American Civil War. Harmon received his country's highest award for bravery during combat, the Medal of Honor. Harmon's medal was won for his capturing of a Confederate States Army flag during the Third Battle of Petersburg, in Virginia on April 2, 1865. He was honored with the award on May 20, 1865.Harmon was born in Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, and entered service in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. He was buried... read more

Elaine D. Kaplan

Elaine Debra Kaplan (born 1955) is a Judge of the United States Court of Federal Claims. She served as General Counsel of the United States Office of Personnel Management from 2009 to 2013, and as acting director of the office in 2013.==Early life and career==Kaplan was born in 1955, in Brooklyn, New York. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976 from the State University of New York at Binghamton. She received a Juris Doctorate, cum laude, in 1979, from the Georgetown University Law Center.... read more

Kendall Harmon

Kendall S. Harmon (born 1960 in Illinois), is a priest of the Episcopal Church USA and Canon Theologian of the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina. He has also served as a General Convention deputy. Harmon is editor of ''The Anglican Digest'', and his writings have appeared in ''The Living Church'', ''The Church Times'', the ''Church of England Newspaper'', ''Episcopal Life'', and other periodicals. He received the degree D. Phil. from Oxford University for his doctorate on aspects of the doctrine... read more

Robert Harmon

Robert Harmon is an American film and television director. He is best known for the 1986 horror film ''The Hitcher'', starring Rutger Hauer, as well as for films like ''They'' and ''Nowhere to Run''.His television work is distinguished by the series of made-for-TV movies featuring fictional Paradise (Mass.) Police Chief Jesse Stone, which began in 2005 with ''Stone Cold'', starring Tom Selleck, as well as the Emmy-nominated biopics ''Ike: Countdown to D-Day'' (also starring Selleck) and ''Gotti'',... read more

Byron Harmon

Byron Hill Harmon (b. 1876 Tacoma, Washington – d. 1942)Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies: was a pioneering photographer of the Canadian Rockies.Holt, Faye Reineberg. , p. 81 (2010) ("The best known of Canada's mountain photographers")Cronin, J. Keri. , p. 58 (2011) ("Harmon, one of the most famous and prolific photographers in the history of the Canadian Rocky Mountains parks ...") In 1903 Harmon took up residence in Banff, Alberta and started a photography business there. He was a charter... read more

Leon Harmon

Leon D. Harmon (November 28, 1922 - 1983) was a researcher in mental/neural processing, particularly regarding vision, who worked at Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated.Harmon started his career as a radio serviceman and electronics hobbyist. In 1950, he went to work as a wireman on the IAS machine at the Institute for Advanced Study, where he worked for Julian Bigelow and encountered John von Neumann and Albert Einstein. At the same time he began taking night courses in engineering at New... read more

Harmon Killebrew

Harmon Clayton Killebrew (; June 29, 1936 – May 17, 2011), nicknamed "The Killer" and "Hammerin' Harmon", was an American professional baseball baseballfirst baseman , baseballfirst basemanthird baseman , and baseballfirst basemanthird basemanleft fielder . During his 22-year career in baseballfirst basemanthird basemanleft fielderMajor League Baseball (MLB), primarily with the baseballfirst basemanthird basemanleft fielderMajor League BaseballMinnesota Twins , Killebrew was a prolific... read more

James Harmon

James A. Harmon (born October 12, 1935) is a fund manager; founder, chairman and chief investment officer of Caravel Management LLC; longtime investment banker; chairman of the World Resources Institute; and chairman of the Egyptian-American Enterprise Fund. He was the 18th chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, and has served on numerous public and private boards of directors.==Early life and education==Harmon was born in New York City and raised in Mamaroneck, New... read more

Elaine Harvey

Elaine D. Harvey (born September 18, 1954 in Lovell, Wyoming) is an American politician and a Republican member of the Wyoming House of Representatives representing District 26 since January 2003.==Education==Harvey graduated from Lovell High School and earned her AS from the Northwest College.==External links==Category:Members of the Wyoming House of RepresentativesCategory:Women state legislators in Wyoming read more

Elaine Roulet

Sister Elaine Roulet (born 1930) is a Roman Catholic nun who created programs that connect incarcerated mothers and their children. She was instrumental in the prison reform movement and established the precedent of connecting imprisoned mothers with their babies that many United States prisons now use as a model.==Work==Roulet started her work initially wanting to teach the women inmates of a maximum-security prison in New York how to read. After being inspired to help them with what they really... read more

Elaine Sciolino

Elaine Sciolino is a writer and former Paris bureau chief for ''The New York Times'', writing from France since 2002. Her new book, "The Only Street in Paris: Life on the Rue des Martyrs" will be published by W.W. Norton & Co. in November 2015.==Biography==Born in Buffalo, New York, she graduated summa cum laude from Canisius College in 1970 and received a master’s degree in European History from New York University in 1971. She holds honorary doctorate degrees from Syracuse University, Canisius... read more

Elaine Bergstrom

Elaine Bergstrom is an American author in the genres of fantasy and horror. She has had 13 novels published. She has been described by the ''Milwaukee Journal Sentinel'' as "one of Wisconsin's best-known horror novelists".== Personal life ==Bergstrom was born and raised in Cleveland. She suffered from polio as a child, which she says brought her an early awareness of – and comfort with – death.Sandstrom, Karen (November 2, 1994). "At the end, blind, entranced, I felt only", ''The Plain Dealer'',... read more

Elaine Weyuker

Elaine Jessica Weyuker is an ACM Fellow, an IEEE Fellow (since 2003), and an AT&T Fellow at Bell Labs for research in software metrics and testing as well as elected to the National Academy of Engineering. She is the author of over 130 papers in journals and refereed conference proceedings.== Education ==Weyuker received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Rutgers University, and an M.S.E. from the University of Pennsylvania.== Career ==Prior to moving to AT&T Labs, she was on the faculty of the Courant... read more

Elaine Hatfield

Elaine Hatfield (formerly also known as Elaine Walster) is an American social psychologist. She has been credited, alongside Ellen S. Berscheid, as one of the pioneers of relationship science. She is employed as a professor in the psychology department of the University of Hawaii.==Education==Hatfield received her B.A. in Psychology and English in 1959 from the University of Michigan and her PhD from Stanford University in 1963.== Career ==Relationship science was Hatfield's first professional research... read more

Elaine Coughlan

Elaine Coughlan is an Irish venture capitalist. She is a co-founder and general partner of Atlantic Bridge Capital, which helps companies in the technology sector enter global markets and attract international investors. She is also co-founder of Summit Bridge Capital, a fund co-managed by Atlantic Bridge Capital and WestSummit Capital, a Chinese firm, which invests in technology companies in Ireland. She has been named to numerous "Top Women" lists, including the ''Sunday Independent'' 2014 list... read more


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