Alvah

Alvah

(ăl`və), in the Bible, duke of Edom. It also appears as Aliah.
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Hall users, including Alvah and Forglen Community Council and Friends of Forglen Hall, raised funds to have it refurbished.
In Chicago, Sears partnered with watchmaker Alvah C.
Setting up shop in Chicago, Richard Sears then hired Alvah Roebuck, a watchmaker, to help him expand.
It is not unlikely that the names of Thomas Alvah [sic] Edison, Emil Berliner (the inventor of the basic patents of the disk machine), and Eldridge R.
15announcementthat Sears founded in 1893 by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck filed for bankruptcy did not come as a surprise.
Alvah Reida (deceased 1975), Joseph McMahon, and Clarence Jackson (deceased 1985).
Paper mogul Alvah Crocker II made a gift of the field to the city's children.
The field was given to the city in 1918 by local industrialist and philanthropist Alvah T.
Crocker Field, adjacent to the Nashua River and designed by the Olmstead Brothers of Brookline, was given to the city's children by Alvah T.
Now, after fundraising for its restoration, members of Alvah and Forglen Community Council and the caretakers, Friends of Forglen Hall, have waved the panes off to be repaired.