Pierre Charles Le Monnier

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Olaf Nikolas Olsen
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Maurice Edmond Müller
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Hans Beat Wieland
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Suzanne Bing
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John William Garvin
John William Garvin (1872–1934) was a Canadian publisher and teacher in Toronto, Ontario. He was also the husband of the writer known as Katherine Hale, the pen name of Amelia Beers Warnock
Hans Conrad Werdmüller
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Ernst Linck
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Louis Held
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Niklaus Dachselhofer
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Beth Killoran
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