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Smith, Donald Alexander

(Encyclopedia) Smith, Donald Alexander: see Strathcona and Mount Royal, Donald Alexander Smith, 1st Baron .

Cargill, Donald

(Encyclopedia) Cargill, Donald, 1619?–1681, Scottish Covenanter . He was a minister in Glasgow from c.1655 until 1662, when he was expelled for denouncing the Restoration and resisting the establishme...

Ramotar, Donald Rabindranauth

(Encyclopedia) Ramotar, Donald Rabindranauth, 1950–, Guyanese political leader. An economist, he joined the People's Progressive party (PPP) in 1967, was elected to its central committee (1979) and executiv...

Menzel, Donald Howard

(Encyclopedia) Menzel, Donald Howard, 1901–76, American astrophysicist, b. Florence, Colo. From 1926 to 1932 he was with the Lick Observatory in Calif. In 1932 he joined the faculty at Harvard, where...

Cameron of Lochiel, Donald

(Encyclopedia) Cameron of Lochiel, Donald kăm´ərən, lŏkh-ēl´ [key], 1695?–1748, Scottish clan chieftain, known as the Gentle Lochiel; grandson of Sir Ewen Cameron . He was the first of the maj...

Winnicott, Donald

(Encyclopedia) Winnicott, Donald, 1896–1971, British psychoanalyst, pediatrician, and child psychiatrist. He worked at the Paddington Green Children's Hospital in London for over 40 years, beginning in 1923...

Donald, David Herbert

(Encyclopedia) Donald, David Herbert, 1920–2009, American historian, b. Goodman, Miss. After receiving his Ph.D. from the Univ. of Illinois in 1946, he taught at Columbia (1947–49; 1951–59), Smith (1949...

Douglas, Donald Wills

(Encyclopedia) Douglas, Donald Wills, 1892–1981, aviation pioneer and aerospace executive, b. Brooklyn, N.Y., B.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1914. He helped design the first wind tunnel (1914...

Judd, Donald Clarence

(Encyclopedia) Judd, Donald Clarence, 1928–94, American artist, b. Excelsior Springs, Mo. His sculpture, allied with the minimalist school of the late 1960s (see minimalism ; modern art ), has t...

Richberg, Donald Randall

(Encyclopedia) Richberg, Donald Randall, 1881–1960, American public official, b. Knoxville, Tenn. He practiced law in Chicago, served as attorney for the city and for Illinois, and became nationally known a...