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|Publisher:||Halmar Publications (March 1988)|
Find nearly any book by Harold Parsons. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780709060147 (978-0-7090-6014-7) Softcover, Robert Hale Ltd, 1996.
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Parsons, Peter Harold was born on December 8, 1938 in Bournemouth, Hampshire, England. Son of Harold Norman and Helen Margaret (Ramsbottom) Parsons. came to the United States, 1965. Bachelor, Trinity College, Oxford, England, 1962; Master of Arts, Trinity College, Oxford, England, 1964.
Murder and Mystery in the Black Country.
HAROLD GEORGE PARSONS. HE wealth of a place is proved by the class of its people. The statement is almost too ordinary and self evident to make. Given men with energy and peaceful natures, who know how to apply the precious laws of husbandry or win metallic prizes, and there are few parts of the earth so blasted and barren as not to welcome them. Kalgoorlie is fortunate in having men of skill and stamina among her captains.
Major-General Sir Harold Daniel Edmund Parsons KCMG, CB (3 July 1863 - 13 February 1925) was a British Army officer. Parsons was commissioned into the Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment on 10 May 1882 Parsons was appointed Colonel-Commandant of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps on 18 October 1924, four months before his death in February.
Harold Garfinkel: Parsons' Primer. Harold Garfinkel (1917-2011) was an important American sociologist whose work had an impact on the development of sociology worldwide. A Professor at UCLA since 1954, Garfinkel is the founder of Ethnomethodology. Bibliographic Information. Harold Garfinkel: Parsons' Primer.