John Reed

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John Reed, Sr.
... John Reed, Sr ... John Reed, Sr ... minister Born in Framingham, Massachusetts, Reed moved with his parents to Titicut Parish, in the northwestern part of Middleboro, Massachusetts in 1756 ...
American Artists' Congress - Organizational History - Origins
... with 1933-1938 seeing the formation of the John Reed Clubs, the Artists’ Union, the Harlem Artists Guild, and the American Artists’ Congress ... By 1934 and 1935, it became clear that the John Reed Clubs' sectarian policies were not congruent with the Popular Front ... At a meeting of the John Reed Club, the idea of an American Artists’ Congress was discussed and twelve of those present were given the task of organizing it ...
Hazelgreen Baptist Church - History
... John C ... Reed was called to the pastorate and ordained on February 7, 1960 and under his leadership the church continued to grow and enlarge its ministry ... Pastor Reed felt the need to enlarge the church to accommodate the larger crowd and to increase the Sunday School rooms ...
Bunthorne - Historical Casting
... Grosvenor Rutland Barrington James Barton Key Henry Lytton John Clulow Solicitor George Bowley William White H ... William Morgan Duke Dewey Gibson Charles Goulding John Dean Herbert Garry Bunthorne Henry Lytton Henry Lytton Martyn Green Grahame Clifford Grosvenor ... Fancourt Donald Adams Donald Adams John Ayldon Major Peter Pratt John Reed Alfred Oldridge James Conroy-Ward Duke Leonard Osborn Leonard Osborn Philip Potter Meston Reid Bunthorne Martyn Green Peter Pratt John Reed ...
John Reed (art Patron)
... John Reed (10 December 1901 – 5 December 1981) was an Australian art editor and patron, notable for supporting and collecting of Australian art and culture with his wife Sunday ... Reed was born at 'Logan', near Evandale near Launceston, Tasmania, one of seven children ... In 1911 the Reeds left Launceston for England to promote their children's education ...

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