Bruce Rogers

Bruce Rogers may refer to:

  • Bruce Rogers (typographer) (1870–1957), American typographer
  • Bruce Rogers (broadcaster), Canadian broadcaster
  • Bruce Holland Rogers, American writer

Other articles related to "rogers, bruce, roger, bruce rogers":

Nebula Award For Best Short Story - Winners and Nominees
... The Wall of the Eye !The Wall of the Sky, The Wall of the Eye 19972 !1997 Rogers, Bruce HollandBruce Holland Rogers "These Shoes Strangers Have Died Of" Enchanted ... Stories 20002 !2000 Ash, ConstanceConstance Ash "Flower Kiss" Realms of Fantasy 20002 !2000 Rogers, Bruce HollandBruce Holland Rogers "Dead Boy at Your Window !The Dead Boy at Your Window ...
List Of Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductees - Inductees - Performers
1990 Who !The Who Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, and Pete Townshend ... Clark, Michael Clarke, David Crosby, Chris Hillman, and Roger McGuinn. 1993 Brown, RuthRuth Brown 1993 Cream Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, and Eric Clapton ...
1981 In Music - Other Significant Singles of The Year
... Elton John "Christmas Wrapping" – The Waitresses "Coldest Night of the Year" – Bruce Cockburn "Coming in Hot" – Peter Tosh "Computer Love" – Kraftwerk "Controversy ... and Oates "I Could Be Happy" – Altered Images "I Don't Need You" – Kenny Rogers "I Don't Wanna Dance" – Split Enz "I Fall Down" – U2 "I Go to Sleep ... Rise Above" – Black Flag "The River" – Bruce Springsteen "Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution" – AC/DC "Rock This Town" – The Stray Cats "Romeo and Juliet" – Dire Straits "Runaround Sue" – Racey "Sailing ...
Bruce Rogers (typographer) - Additional Reading
... Jerry Kelly, The First Flowering Bruce Rogers at the Riverside Press, 1896-1912 (2008 ... David Godine, Boston, USA) Rogers, Bruce ... Freeport, NY Books for Libraries Press) Rogers, Bruce, Paragraphs on Printing (1943 ...

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