Letts

Letts may refer to the following people:

  • Arthur Letts, English-born millionaire developer of Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, California
  • Barry Letts (born 1925), British actor, television director and producer
  • David Vanian (born David Letts, 1956), English punk rock musician
  • Don Letts (born 1956), British film director and musician
  • Goff Letts, Australian politician, as in the First Letts Executive
  • John Letts (publisher) (1929–2006), English publisher
  • Quentin Letts (born 1963), British journalist
  • Tracy Letts (born 1965), American playwright and actor
  • Winifred Mary Letts (1882–1972), English-born writer, with Irish connections

Letts may also refer to:

  • Letts, known also as Latvians, the indigenous people of Latvia
  • Letts nitrile synthesis, chemical reaction
  • Letts Filofax Group Ltd, British stationery manufacturer and publisher, best known for diaries and Filofax
  • Letts and Lonsdale, British educational publisher
  • Letts, Indiana, United States
  • Letts, Iowa, United States

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Super Hits (Big Audio Dynamite Album) - Track Listing
... "The Bottom Line" (Mick Jones) – 346 "C'mon Every Beatbox" (Jones, Don Letts) – 432 "Rush" (Jones) – 417 "The Globe" (Jones, Gary Stonadge) – 347 "Just Play Music!" (Jones, Letts, Greg Roberts) – 412 "V ... – 454 "Contact" (Dan Donovan, Jones) – 413 "E=MC²" (Jones, Letts) – 558 "Medicine Show" (Jones, Letts) – 632 ...
John Letts
... John Letts is the name of John Letts (publisher) (1929–2006), English publisher, who founded the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum John Spencer Letts (born 1934), U.S ... federal judge John Letts (jockey) (born 1943), former Australian jockey John Letts (tennis) (born 1964), former professional tennis player from the United States John Letts (aviator) (1897–1918 ...
List Of United States Political Families (D) - The Dickinsons and Letts
... Dickinson Letts ... Dickinson Letts (1875–1965), Judge in Iowa 1911–1912 1914–1925, U.S ...
Thomas Letts
... Thomas Letts (1803 – 1873) was an English stationer and printer who popularised the diary ... He was born at Stockwell, London, the son of John Letts, a bookbinder and printer of the Royal Exchange ... In 1816, his father published ‘Letts's diary or bills owed book and almanack’ as the first commercially produced diary, which Thomas developed into of dozens of differently printed and bound, annual ...
Letts, Indiana - Geography
... Letts is located at 39°14′06″N 85°33′54″W / 39.23500°N 85.56500°W / 39.23500 -85.56500 ...