ⓘ Clinedinst

                                     

ⓘ Clinedinst

Clinedinst is a surname. Notable people with the name include:

  • Barnett M. Clinedinst 1835–1900, American photographer and inventor.
  • Benjamin West Clinedinst 1859–1931, American illustrator and portrait painter.
  • Barnett McFee Clinedinst 1862–1953 official White House photographer.
                                     
  • Barnett McFee Clinedinst September 12, 1862 March 15, 1953 was the official White House photographer. Clinedinst was born inWoodstock, Virginia, to
  • Barnett Michael Clinedinst December 1835 December 21, 1900 was an American photographer and inventor. He invented the viewfinder and the mirror - and - prism
  • Barnett Clinedinst may refer to: Barnett M. Clinedinst 1835 1900 American photographer and inventor Barnett McFee Clinedinst 1862 1953 official White
  • Benjamin West Clinedinst October 14, 1859 September 12, 1931 was an American illustrator and portrait painter. His sympathetic collaboration with the
  • politician Ben West Jr. 1941 2019 American politician Ben West musician American musician Benjamin West Clinedinst 1859 1931 American painter
  • Battlefield of Lost Souls. Luke Benward as John Wise Lauren Holly as Mrs. Clinedinst Jason Isaacs as John C. Breckinridge Tom Skerritt as Ulysses S. Grant
  • box. In 1960, Falls was recognized for his work with the Benjamin West Clinedinst Memorial Medal, which is awarded for exceptional artistic merit. He was
  • me no good. He died three days later, in the bed at the home of Lydie Clinedinst after he was found by Moses Ezekiel wounded and laying in a farmhouse
  • addition to the cadets, the cross was also presented to Eliza Catherine Clinedinst Crim, a New Market resident who had nursed injured cadets after the battle
  • Grahame s The Wind in the Willows. Bransom was awarded the Benjamin West Clinedinst Memorial Medal, and his works are included in the collection of the National
  • Vincent DuMond, Henry Hutt, Albert Wenzell, Albert Sterner, Benjamin West Clinedinst F. C. Yohn, Louis Loeb, and Reginald Birch. The mission statement was