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Frederick Rinder
... Frederick William Rinder (July 1858, Liverpool – 25 December 1938, Harborne, Birmingham) was a committee member and later chairman of Aston Villa during the club's 'Golden Age' ... nothing short of the best ” —The Little Book of Aston Villa - Dave Woodhall – page 13 Rinder arrived in Birmingham in 1876 at the age of 18 ... Rinder was also the instigator of the infamous Barwick Street meeting in February 1893, at which he swept away the men who were running Villa into the ground, criticizing the board's ...
Elfriede Rinder
... ElFriede (Friedl) Rinder (née Benzinger) (November 20, 1905, in Schrobenhausen – June 3, 2001) was a German woman chess master ... Rinder won the 1st Women's German championship at Stuttgart 1939 ... Rinder was awarded the WIM title in 1957 ...
Walter Rinder
... Walter Rinder (born June 3, 1934) is a gay American humanist poet/philosopher/photographer, whose books of inspirational poetry on love were popular in the 1960s ... in the harder-edged culture of the 1980s, and Rinder found it difficult to get his books published, he supplemented his income by selling antiques and collectibles ... In the 1990s Rinder's creativity diminished he stated "my heart lies in the 60's and 70's" ...
Mike Rinder - Leaving The Church of Scientology and Criticism
... In March 2007, Rinder was sent as a junior assistant to the Church spokesperson to defend Scientology from John Sweeney, who was filming a BBC documentary titled Scientology and Me ... Rinder defended Scientology leader David Miscavige, but Miscavige was unhappy with the documentary ... As a result, Rinder "was to report to the church's facility in Sussex, England, and dig ditches" and then was allowed to return to the United States ...
Lawrence Rinder
... Rinder is the Director of Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA), a position to which he was appointed in 2008 ... Rinder also served as the Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Curator of Contemporary Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art where he organized exhibitions including “The American Effect," "BitStreams," the 2002 ... Prior to the Whitney, Rinder was founding director of the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, in San Francisco, and served as Assistant Director and Curator for ...