• Rudolph

    Rudolph or Rudolf may refer to:

  • Rudolph Edgar Block

    Rudolph Edgar Block

    Rudolph Edgar Block (December 6, 1870 – April 29, 1940) was a Jewish American journalist, columnist, and author. Much of his writing was done under the pen name of Bruno Lessing.

  • Pieter Rudolph Kleijn

    Pieter Rudolph Kleijn or Kleyn (1785 – 1816) was a 19th-century landscape painter from the Northern Netherlands who died young.

  • Rudolph Dinnini

    Rudolph V. Dinnini (October 19, 1926 – December 16, 1998) is a former Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

  • Waldo Rudolph Wedel

    Waldo Rudolph Wedel (September 10, 1908 – August 27, 1996) was an American archaeologist and a central figure in the study of the prehistory of the Great Plains. He was born in Newton, Kansas to a family of Mennonites. In 1939 he married Mildred Mott, a fellow archaeologist and ethnohistorian. Wedel died in 1996 in Boulder, Colorado, about one year after Mildred's death.

  • Run Rudolph Run

    "Run, Rudolph, Run" is a Christmas song popularized by Chuck Berry, written by Johnny Marks and Marvin Brodie and published by St. Nicholas Music (ASCAP ). The song was first recorded by Berry in 1958 and released as a single on Chess Records.

  • Rudolph Edward Torrini

    Rudolph Edward Torrini (March 31, 1923 – September 5, 2018) was an American artist best known for his sculptures, wood carvings and bronze public monuments in the St. Louis area, including "The Immigrants", "The Union Soldier," and "Martin Luther King." A student of Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic, his work is also influenced by the works of Auguste Rodin. Torrini trained and taught Bob Cassilly, founder of the City Museum in St. Louis, and also helped establish the Master of Fine Arts program in Fontbonne College.

  • Rudolph III

    Rudolph III or Rudolf III may refer to:

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