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A city of central Alaska north-northeast of Anchorage. It was founded in 1902 as a gold-mining camp.


(Placename) a city in central Alaska, at the terminus of the Alaska Highway. Pop: 30 970 (2003 est)


1. (Biography) Douglas (Elton), real name Julius Ullman. 1883–1939, US film actor and producer
2. (Biography) his son, Douglas, Jnr. 1909–2000, US film actor



1. Charles Warren, 1852–1918, vice president of the U.S. 1905–09.
2. Douglas, 1883–1939, U.S. actor.
3. a city in central Alaska, on the Tanana River. 73,164.
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Noun1.Fairbanks - United States film actorFairbanks - United States film actor; son of Douglas Elton Fairbanks, (1909-2000)
2.Fairbanks - United States film actor noted for his swashbuckling roles (1883-1939)Fairbanks - United States film actor noted for his swashbuckling roles (1883-1939)
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Fairbanks, both class-leaders, with many others, came upon us with sticks and other missiles, drove us off, and forbade us to meet again.
And yet a man like Principal Fairbanks of Oxford - a man who sits in an even higher place than you, Judge Blount - has said that Spencer will be dismissed by posterity as a poet and dreamer rather than a thinker.
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Two people were injured when a small plane crashed into Fairbanks Airport Two people were injured when a small plane crashed into a grassy area just after takeoff from Fairbanks International Airport.
Fairbanks, 90, a lifelong resident of Clinton, died Tuesday, June 7, at the Oakdale Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center in West Boylston after a lengthy illness.
This centennial history of Fairbanks tells the account of a rough-and-tumble gold mining camp that became the second largest city in Alaska.
It centers on five women who settled in Fairbanks between 1903 and 1923, using their letters, memoirs, and club records to recreate a history of women who made a major impact in Fairbanks history.
Glamorous and dashing, with a pencilthin mustache that gave him a rakish air, the younger Fairbanks had been married to actress Joan Crawford and had carried on a torrid affair with actress Marlene Dietrich.

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