Robert Simpson

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Robert Simpson Woodward House
... The Robert Simpson Woodward House is a former residence located at 1513 16th Street, NW in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C ... From 1904 until 1914, it was a home of geologist Robert Simpson Woodward, the first president of the Carnegie Institution ...
Merchandise Building - History
... built in 1910 on Dalhousie Street for Simpson's delivery business ... it on Mutual Street in 1914 the growing company added the "Robert Simpson Co Ltd Mail-Order Building", a large distribution warehouse ... is now the Citytv building on Queen Street West and the Simpsons (now The Bay) flagship store at the corner of Queen Street and Yonge Street ...
Robert Simpson - Australian
... Bob Simpson (cricketer) (born 1936), Australian cricketer. ...
Robert Simpson (brewer)
... Robert Simpson was the first mayor of Barrie, Ontario, from 1871 to 1872, and again in 1876 ... He also founded the Simcoe Steam Brewery, and the 21st-century Robert Simpson Brewing Company (now The Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery) was named in his honor ... Ontario Reeves Lane McConkey Morrow Hopkins Simpson Ardagh Mayors Simpson Boys Ardagh Sewery C ...
Robert Simpson (composer) - Work As Record Producer
... Robert Simpson was also the producer for the first commercially available recordings of Havergal Brian’s music ... gave considerable coverage to the recording session and a camera crew also joined Robert Simpson and members of the orchestra during a visit they made to the composer's home in Shoreham (see video links ... Unicorn issue, a second Brian album, also produced by Robert Simpson, was recorded by the LSSO in 1974 at Hove Town Hall and Leicester De Montfort Hall with the conducting being shared by Laszlo ...

Famous quotes containing the word simpson:

    In my grandmother’s house there was always chicken soup
    And talk of the old country—mud and boards,
    The snow falling down and necks of lovers.
    —Louis Simpson (b. 1923)