Alvin

Alvin may refer to:

In places:

  • Alvin, British Columbia, Canada
  • Alvin, Colorado
  • Alvin, Illinois
  • Alvin, Michigan
  • Alvin, Texas
  • Alvin, Wisconsin, a town
  • Alvin (community), Wisconsin, an unincorporated community

In other uses:

  • Alvin (crater), a crater on Mars
  • Alvin (horse), a Canadian Standardbred racehorse
  • 13677 Alvin, an asteroid
  • DSV Alvin, a deep-submergence vehicle
  • Alvin, a fictional planet on ALF (TV series)
  • Alvin Seville, a character in Alvin and the Chipmunks
  • Tropical Storm Alvin (disambiguation)

Read more about Alvin:  See Also

Other articles related to "alvin":

Alvin Powell
... Alvin Robert Powell II (born November 19, 1959), commonly known as Alvin Powell, is a former NFL offensive lineman ...
List Of United States Political Families (B) - The Bentleys
... Alvin Morell Bentley (1918–1969), U.S ... Representative from Michigan 1953-1961, candidate for U.S ...
List Of Alvin And The Chipmunks Episodes, Movies, And Specials Released On Home Media
... This is a list of episodes, movies and specials of The Alvin Show (1961) and Alvin and the Chipmunks (1981–Present) released on home media ...
Alvin, British Columbia
... Alvin is an unincorporated locality just north of the head of Pitt Lake in the Lower Mainland of southwestern British Columbia, Canada ... Alvin was formerly located at the homestead and farm of Alvin Thomas Patterson (1865–1942), a logging contractor and farmer who settled there about 1901, originally ... The Alvin area has been the site of various logging-related industrial operations, which connected to the outside world via tug and barge traffic on Pitt Lake and ...
Alvin Hall (American Football)
... Alvin Eugene Hall is a former professional American football player who played safety for six seasons for the Detroit Lions ... Previously, Alvin played at Dayton Fairview High School in Dayton, Ohio ... Alvin led the Bulldogs basketball team as the point guard to the first City Conference title in 33 years and played safety on the football team winning their division one year ...