• William B. Williams (politician)

    William Brewster Williams (July 28, 1826 – March 4, 1905) was a politician and judge from the U.S. State of Michigan.

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  • William B. Williams (DJ)

    William B. Williams (August 6, 1923 - August 3, 1986), was an American disc jockey on New York City radio station WNEW for over four decades. He hosted the popular program Make Believe Ballroom . Williams is particularly noted for coining the title "Chairman of the Board" for Frank Sinatra.

  • William T. B. Williams

    William Taylor Burwell Williams (July 3, 1869 – March 26, 1941) was Dean of Tuskegee Institute, taught at Hampton Institute, and was two-time president of the National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools (later renamed the American Teachers Association, it merged with the NEA in 1966). He was born on a farm near Stone Bridge, Virginia, he worked as a field agent of the Slater and Jeanes Funds and the General Education Board. In 1934 he was the recipient of the NAACPs Spingarn Medal.

  • Robert B. Williams (actor)

    Robert B. Williams (actor)

    Robert B. Williams (September 23, 1904 – June 17, 1978), also known simply as Robert Williams, was an American character actor from the 1940s through the 1970s. During his 37-year career, he appeared in over 150 feature films, as well as numerous film shorts, television films, and television shows. He did not break into the film business until he was in his 30s.

  • Robert B. Williams

    Robert, Rob, Bob or Bobby Williams may refer to:

  • B. Williams & Co. Store

    B. Williams & Co. Store

    B. Williams & Co. Store is a historic country store located near Mathews, Mathews County, Virginia. It was built in 1869-1870, and is a two-story frame mercantile building. The building features Classical Greek Revival elements including an original cornice with dentilled molding and curved brackets. The store functioned as a post office, commercial and residential building from its completion until the end of steamboat traffic in Mobjack Bay in 1935.

  • Morgan B. Williams

    Morgan B. Williams (September 17, 1831 – October 13, 1903) was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.

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