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Tom Mathews, Promoter of Liberal Causes and Candidates, Dies at 96

2017-10-26T22:22:01+0000

A former journalist, Mr. Mathews raised the profile of groups like the Peace Corps and was the spokesman for Robert F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign in 1968.


Harry Mathews, Idiosyncratic Writer, Dies at 86

2017-02-03T00:40:37+0000

Mr. Mathews was a novelist, poet and essayist who was confounding and captivating in whatever language he was working in.


Max Mathews, Pioneer in Making Computer Music, Dies at 84

2011-04-23T23:46:16+0000

As an engineer for Bell Laboratories in 1957, Mr. Mathews wrote the first program to make it possible for a computer to synthesize sound and play it back.


Ronnie Mathews, 72, Pianist Who Accompanied Jazz Stars, Dies

2008-07-02T04:00:00+0000

Mr. Mathews was a jazz pianist whose recorded output as a leader was sparse but whose résumé as a sideman with stars of jazz was substantial.


Larry Mathews, a 24-Hour Hairdresser, Dies at 86

2007-08-05T04:00:00+0000

Mr. Mathews earned a reputation as New York’s most wide-awake hairdresser by opening what seems to have been the city’s first 24-hour beauty parlor.


Kerwin Mathews, 81, of ‘Sinbad’ Sword Fight, Dies

2007-07-13T04:00:00+0000

Mr. Mathews was a tall and strikingly handsome movie actor of the 1950s who is best known for his starring role in “The 7th Voyage of Sinbad,” and particularly for that film’s roiling sword fight with a skeleton.


Paid Notice: Deaths MATHEWS, JAMES JR.

2006-04-19T05:00:00+0000

MATHEWS--James Jr., 67. Passed away Friday, April 14. Memorial contributions to Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness & Housing, c/o Marc Greenberg, 1047 Amsterdam Ave, NYC 10025, where Jim was associated for 20 years.


Paid Notice: Deaths MATHEWS, DOROTHEA S.

2004-11-28T05:00:00+0000

MATHEWS -- Dorothea S. Died peacefully last month at 92, leaving behind three daughters--Carol Cameron, Beatrice Francais, and Louise Bozorth. She is also survived by four grandchildren--Hilary, Squire, Diana, and Caroline--and four greatgrandchildren--Belize, Laila Louise, Coltrane, and Crosby. She was dearly loved and will be missed.


Tom Mathews, Promoter of Liberal Causes and Candidates, Dies at 96

2017-10-26T22:22:01+0000

A former journalist, Mr. Mathews raised the profile of groups like the Peace Corps and was the spokesman for Robert F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign in 1968.


Harry Mathews, Idiosyncratic Writer, Dies at 86

2017-02-03T00:40:37+0000

Mr. Mathews was a novelist, poet and essayist who was confounding and captivating in whatever language he was working in.



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