Famous People Who Died on April 9
Frank Lloyd Wright
Lorenzo de' Medici
Civil Rights Activist, Anti-War Activist, Songwriter, Guitarist, Singer / 1940 - 1976American folk singer Phil Ochs is best remembered for the protest songs he wrote in the 1960's on war and civil rights.
Philosopher, Scholar, Mathematician, Royalty, Botanist, Academic Author / 1679 - 1754Christian Freiherr von Wolff was a German philosopher, mathematician, and scientist who is best known as a leading spokesman of German rationalism.
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profile name: Francis Bacon profile occupation: Academic, Lawyer, Political Leader, Scientist, Academic Author
profile id: 9537511
profile name: Frank Lloyd Wright profile occupation: Architect
profile id: 9386497
profile name: Lorenzo de' Medici profile occupation: Political Leader, Royalty
profile id: 38360
profile name: François Rabelais profile occupation: Doctor, Priest, Author
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profile name: Phil Ochs profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Anti-War Activist, Songwriter, Guitarist, Singer
profile id: 9535799
profile name: Christian Wolff profile occupation: Philosopher, Scholar, Mathematician, Royalty, Botanist, Academic Author
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