James Tate

James Tate may refer to:

  • James Tate (headmaster) (1771–1843), headmaster of Richmond School, 1796–1833
  • James "Honest Dick" Tate (1831–?), State Treasurer of Kentucky
  • James Hugh Joseph Tate (1910–1983), Irish-American politician, mayor of Philadelphia
  • James Tate (Emmerdale), a fictional character on the soap opera Emmerdale
  • James Tate (writer) (born 1943), poet
  • James W. Tate (1875–1922), songwriter, accompanist, and composer
  • James Tate, murderer involved in the 2003 John McDonogh High School shooting
  • James Tate, student banned from prom at Shelton High School

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Famous quotes containing the words tate and/or james:

    Not glad, lifeless tycoon, nor sorry feel
    For neither Bull nor Bear attends your way....
    —Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    The old question of whether there is design is idle. The real question is what is the world, whether or not it have a designer—and that can be revealed only by the study of all nature’s particulars.
    —William James (1842–1910)