Alfred P. Baldasaro (born November 20, 1956) is an American politician from the state of New Hampshire. A Republican, he is a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives.
Alex Nahigian (April 3, 1919–July 30, 2001) was an American college baseball and football player and coach. He was the head baseball coach at Providence (1960–1978) and Harvard (1979–1990), making a total of nine NCAA Tournament appearances between the two schools. He also served as an assistant football coach at Brown and Harvard.
Alfred Lee (1807–1887) was an American Episcopal bishop. He was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, graduated from Harvard in 1827, and after three years practicing law in New London, Connecticut, he studied for the ministry, graduating from the General Theological Seminary, New York, in 1837. He was rector of Calvary Church, in Rockdale, Pa., from 1838 to 1841, when he was chosen as the first Bishop of Delaware. In 1842 he also became rector of St. Andrew's, Wilmington. He was a member of the American Committee for the Revision of the New Testament (1881). In 1884 he succeeded Bishop Smith as presiding bishop of the Episcopal church.
Alice Mary Longfellow (September 22, 1850 – December 7, 1928) was a philanthropist, preservationist, and the eldest surviving daughter of the American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. She is best known as "grave Alice" from her father's poem "The Children's Hour".
Amanda Bennett is an American journalist and author. She is the former editor of two newspapers, The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Lexington Herald-Leader and author of six nonfiction books.
Arthur Levering (born March 6, 1953, Baltimore, Maryland) is an American composer of contemporary classical music. He currently resides in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Rome, Italy.
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