Alexander H. St. Clair-Abrams (March 10, 1845–1931) was an attorney, politician, and writer who owned newspapers and railroads in the Southern United States and also published under the names A.S. Abrams and A. Sinclair Abrams.

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  • Alexander H. St. Clair-Abrams (March 10, 1845–1931) was an attorney, politician, and writer who owned newspapers and railroads in the Southern United States and also published under the names A.S. Abrams and A. Sinclair Abrams. (en)
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  • 1931-1-1
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  • Mayor ofTavares, Florida
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  • Dalton H. Yancey
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  • Joanna
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  • Florida
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  • American politician (en)
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  • Alexander H. St. Clair-Abrams (March 10, 1845–1931) was an attorney, politician, and writer who owned newspapers and railroads in the Southern United States and also published under the names A.S. Abrams and A. Sinclair Abrams. (en)
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