Famous People Who Died on March 7
St. Thomas Aquinas
Philosopher, Priest, Saint, Theologian / 1225 - 1274
Italian Dominican theologian St. Thomas Aquinas was one of the most influential medieval thinkers of Scholasticism and the father of the Thomistic school of theology.
Photographer, Director, Songwriter, Pianist, Writer / 1912 - 2006
Gordon Parks was a prolific, world-renowned photographer, writer, composer and filmmaker known for his work on projects like Shaft and The Learning Tree.
Harriet Ann Jacobs
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profile name: St. Thomas Aquinas profile occupation: Philosopher, Priest, Saint, Theologian
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profile name: Gordon Parks profile occupation: Photographer, Director, Songwriter, Pianist, Writer
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profile name: Harriet Ann Jacobs profile occupation: Activist, Journalist
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profile name: Stanley Kubrick profile occupation: Director, Producer, Screenwriter
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profile name: Cool Papa Bell profile occupation: Baseball Player
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profile name: Paul Winfield profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor
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