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F. Scott Fitzgerald

Name at birth: Francis Scott Key FitzgeraldF. Scott Fitzgerald was one of the best known American authors of the 1920s and '30s and is closely associated with the optimism and excesses of that era's "…

F(rancis) Scott Fitzgerald

F(rancis) Scott FitzgeraldnovelistBorn: 9/24/1896Birthplace: Saint Paul, Minnesota Novelist and short-story writer credited with chronicling the Jazz Age and considered one of the greatest wr…

Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgeraldjazz singerBorn: 4/25/1917Birthplace: Newport News, Virginia Grammy Award-winning jazz singer, called “the first lady of song,” who blessed thousands of listeners w…

John Fitzgerald Kennedy

John F. Kennedy was assassinated more than a half century ago. Take a look back at his life, legacy, and family. John Fitzgerald Kennedy John Fitzgerald Kennedy BiographyEncyclopedi…

John Francis FITZGERALD

FITZGERALD, John Francis, (grandfather of John Fitzgerald Kennedy; grandfather of Edward Moore Kennedy; grandfather of Robert Francis Kennedy; great-grandfather of Joseph P. Kennedy II; great-g…

John Fitzgerald KENNEDY

Senate Years of Service: 1953-1960Party: DemocratKENNEDY, John Fitzgerald, (brother of Edward M. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy, grandson of John Francis Fitzgerald, and uncle of Joseph Patrick …

John Fitzgerald Kennedy

John Fitzgerald KennedyBorn: 5/29/1917Birthplace: Brookline, Mass. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born in Brookline, Mass., on May 29, 1917. His father, Joseph P. Kennedy, was ambassador to Great…

Scott

The Walter Scott of Belgium. Hendrick Conscience. (Born 1812.) The Southern Scott. Lord Byron calls Ariosto the Sir Walter Scott of Italy. (Childe Harold, iv. 40.) Source: Dictionary of…

John F. Kennedy, Jr.

John F. Kennedy, Jr.publisher, lawyer, media personalityBorn: 11/25/1960Birthplace: Washington, D.C. The son of President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, John F. Kennedy Jr. w…

Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald was a pop and jazz singer who had her first hit record in 1938 with the Chick Webb Band's "A-Tisket, A-Tasket." Raised in New York City, she began recording with bands in 1935 and emb…