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Richard Arthur Norton (1958- )

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Eleanor Uhl  (1902–1981)    
 
Alternative names Eleanor Marie Uhl; Eleanor Gash
Description American swimmer
Date of birth/death 21 March 1902 21 July 1981
Location of birth/death Philadelphia Doylestown
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American swimmer, Olympic athlete
 
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Joe Person (1892-1955), American architect

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