Alvah

Alvah

(ăl`və), in the Bible, duke of Edom. It also appears as Aliah.
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In Chicago, Sears partnered with watchmaker Alvah C.
And, over time, bought and sold many more with the assistance of a local watchmaker, Alvah C.
When Alvah Roebuck sold off his half of the business, Richard Sears picked up partner Julius Rosenwald who added categories such as furniture, dry goods and hardware.
Hemingway knew that self-appointed guardians of those myths, such as Alvah Bessie and other Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade (VALB), would go after his scalp for his supposed apostasy.
In addition to Kerouac as Ray Smith and Snyder as Japhy Ryder, readers will also recognize Allen Ginsberg in Alvah Goldbrook, among other playfully transparent references.
To this end, the exhibition featured The Afterimage Paintings, 2016, a work comprising four square silk screens showing white stars on terrazzo backgrounds interspersed with three neon signs spelling out the names of Hollywood screenwriters in red capital letters: alvah bessie, dalton trumbo, and ring lardner JR.
Fifteen years later, another Jewish Montreal author, Mordecai Richler, would much more explicitly mock Hemingway's apolitical, emphatically solitary, unequivocally gentile novel as "that Who Do the Bells Toll For" in his own 1954 Spanish Civil War novel, The Acrobats}0 The temporal distance from the Spanish Civil War also led Jewish North American authors to more plainly discuss both the leftist factions within the Popular Front and the uneven acceptance of Jews in Canada and the United States, in novels such as Alvah Bessie's The Un-Americans (1957), William Herrick's Hermanos
Three seminary presidents served as revisers: Alvah Hovey of Newton Theological Seminary, John Broadus of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Henry Weston of Crozer Theological Seminary.
Spanish Civil War veteran Alvah Bessie, along with Adrian Scott, and Samuel Ornitz, never worked in Hollywood again.
Finally, there was a burst of leftwing screenwriting before the Cold War interrupted or killed the careers of those like Hotel Berlin's Alvah Bessie.
She wasn't from the valley, but her parents, Alvah and Vesta Walker, were from Greenwich and Mary had other relatives living in the Swift River valley and often spent summers there,'' she said.