Nash Ogden


 (năsh), (Frederic) Ogden 1902-1971.
American writer known for his droll epigrammatic verse, much of which appeared in The New Yorker.
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The work also nicely infuses the biographical stories of such notable residents as Edmund Arthur Toledano, Frederick Nash Ogden, Henry Clay Warmoth, and Ezekiel John Ellis, among others.
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While talking to the media Nash Ogden, Cofounder of the company, said that there would be a formal opening ceremony and that he was extremely happy to invite everyone to the opening ceremony.