Thomas Thacher (disambiguation)

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Thomas Anthony Thacher American classical philologist

Thomas Anthony Thacher was an American classicist and college administrator.

Thomas Chandler Thacher American politician

Thomas Chandler Thacher was a U.S. Representative from Massachusetts.

Thomas D. Thacher American judge

Thomas Day Thacher was a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, the 21st Solicitor General of the United States and a Judge of the New York Court of Appeals.

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The Thacher School

The Thacher School is a selective, co-educational, independent boarding school located on 427 acres (1.5 km²) of hillside overlooking the Ojai Valley in Ojai, California, United States. Founded in 1889 as a boys' school, it is now the oldest co-ed boarding school in California. Girls were first admitted in 1977. The first co-ed graduating class was the class of 1978. The student body numbers 235.

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP is an international law firm headquartered in New York City, employing over 900 attorneys in eleven offices worldwide. The firm specializes in a variety of areas in both litigation and corporate practices, with a focus on mergers and acquisitions.

Variant of the name Thatcher. A thatcher is a person who thatches buildings, i.e. roofs them with reeds or straw.

William Kent (American politician) U.S. Congressman

William Kent was an American who served as a United States Congressman representing the State of California. He spearheaded the movement to create the Muir Woods National Monument by donating land to the Federal Government for the Monument.

John Boyd Thacher American politician

John Boyd Thacher was the Mayor of Albany, New York and New York State Senator as well as an American manufacturer, writer, and book collector. He was the son of Albany mayor, George Thacher, and the uncle of Albany mayor, John Boyd Thacher II.

Thacher Proffitt & Wood

Thacher Proffitt & Wood LLP was an American law firm headquartered in New York City. At its peak, the firm was made up of approximately 365 attorneys with offices in New York City; Washington, D.C.; Mexico City; White Plains, New York; and Summit, New Jersey.

Molly Day Kazan was an American dramatist and playwright.

Thomas Thacher was an American lawyer.

Sherman Day Thacher,, was the founder and headmaster of The Thacher School at Ojai, California.

Nicholas Kazan is an American screenwriter, film producer and director.

Jonathan Corwin was a New England merchant, politician, and magistrate. He is best known as one of the judges involved in the Salem witch trials of 1692, although his later work also included service as an associate justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court of Judicature, the highest court of the Province of Massachusetts Bay.

Whitney Tower was an American journalist reporting on Thoroughbred horse racing and a president of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame.

1896 New York state election

The 1896 New York state election was held on November 3, 1896, to elect the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor and a judge of the New York Court of Appeals, as well as all members of the New York State Assembly. Besides, a constitutional amendment on forestry was proposed, and rejected with 321,486 votes for and 710,505 against it.

John Woodruff Simpson American lawyer

John Woodruff Simpson was a founding member of law firm Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, then titled Simpson, Thacher, & Barnum. He and his wife were known as avid art collectors, with many pieces from their estate eventually going to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Edward R. Finch American judge

Edward Ridley Finch was an American lawyer and politician.

1943 New York state election

The 1943 New York state election was held on November 2, 1943, to elect the Lieutenant Governor and a judge of the New York Court of Appeals.

Solon O. Thacher

Solon Otis Thacher was an American lawyer, judge, and politician. His former home in Lawrence, Kansas is historic.