Robert Williams
Robert Williams
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Robert Williams
Robert, Rob, Bob, or Bobby Williams may refer to: Robert Williams (actor) (1894–1931), American stage and film actor Robert B. Williams (actor) (1904–1978)

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Robert, Rob, Bob, or Bobby Williams may refer to:

Contents
  • 1 Entertainment
    • 1.1 Film
    • 1.2 Music
    • 1.3 Writers
  • 2 Politics
    • 2.1 Australia
    • 2.2 U.K.
    • 2.3 U.S.
    • 2.4 Elsewhere
  • 3 Religion
  • 4 Science
  • 5 Sports
    • 5.1 American football
    • 5.2 Baseball
    • 5.3 Basketball
    • 5.4 Football and rugby
    • 5.5 Other sports
  • 6 Other
  • 7 See also
Entertainment Film
  • Robert Williams (actor) (1894–1931), American stage and film actor
  • Robert B. Williams (actor) (1904–1978), American film actor
  • Rob Williams (filmmaker), American film director
Music
  • Robert Pete Williams (1914–1980), American blues guitarist
  • Chocolate Williams (Robert Williams Jr., 1916–1984), jazz bassist and blues vocalist
  • Bob Williams (singer) (born 1918), American singer and one of the Williams Brothers
  • Robert S. Williams (born 1949), bassoon player of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
  • Robert Williams (drummer) (born 1955), Captain Beefheart, Hugh Cornwell, and solo
  • Rob Williams (1979–2009), partner of business Dolphin Music
  • Meek Mill (Robert Rihmeek Williams, born 1987), hip hop
Writers
  • Robert Williams (Robert ap Gwilym Ddu) (1767–1850), Welsh-language poet
  • Robert Williams (Trebor Mai) (1830–1877), Welsh-language poet
  • Robert Moore Williams (1907–1977), American science fiction novelist
  • Robert Williams (artist) (born 1943), cartoonist and painter
  • Rob Williams (comics), British comic writer
Politics Australia
  • Robbie Williams (politician) (c. 1960–2007), Australian politician
U.K.
  • Sir Robert Williams, 2nd Baronet (c. 1627–1678), MP for Carnarvonshire, 1656–1658 and Carnarvon Boroughs, 1659
  • Sir Robert Williams, 9th Baronet (1764–1830) of Penryn, MP for Carnarvonshire, 1790–1826 and Beaumaris, 1826–1831
  • Sir Robert Williams, 1st Baronet, of Bridehead (1848–1943), Conservative MP for West Dorset, 1895–1922
  • Robert Williams (died 1763) (1695–1763), Member of Parliament for Montgomeryshire, 1740–1741 and 1742–1747
  • Robert Williams (1735–1814), Member of Parliament for Dorchester 1807–1812
  • Robert Williams (1767–1847), Member of Parliament for Dorchester, 1812–1835
  • Robert Williams (1811–1890), Member of Parliament for Dorchester, 1835–1841
U.S.
  • Robert Williams (Mississippi politician) (1773–1836), Governor of the Mississippi Territory
  • Robert Williams (North Carolina politician) (1773–1821), U.S. Representative from North Carolina
  • Robert P. Williams (1841–1910), State Treasurer of Missouri, 1901–1905
  • Robert L. Williams (1868–1948), American politician, governor of Oklahoma
  • Bo Williams (Robert Warren Williams, born 1938), mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana
  • Bob Williams (politician) (born 1951), American politician and state senator in West Virginia
  • Robert Q. Williams (born 1964), member of the South Carolina House of Representatives
Elsewhere
  • Robert Wynn Williams (1864–1929), member Queensland Legislative Assembly, Australia
  • Robert Williams (Victorian politician) (1870–1938), Australian politician
  • Robert Arthur Williams (born 1933), consultant and political figure in British Columbia, Canada
Religion
  • Robert Williams (Archdeacon of Carmarthen) (1863–1938), historian and Anglican priest
  • Robert Williams (Archdeacon of Gower) (born 1951), Welsh Anglican priest
  • Robert Williams (American priest) (1955–1992), first openly gay male priest in the American Episcopal Church
  • Robert Dewi Williams (1870–1955), Welsh schoolteacher, Presbyterian minister, and author
Science
  • Sir Robert Williams, 1st Baronet, of Park (1860–1938), Scottish mining engineer, explorer, and railway developer
  • Robert R. Williams (1886–1965), American chemist who first synthesized vitamin B1
  • Robert Williams (physician) (1916–2003), Welsh pathologist
  • Robin M. Williams (1919–2013), New Zealand scientist, academic and civil servant
  • Robert Williams (chemist) (1926–2015), Professor of Oxford University
  • Robert Williams (psychologist) (born 1930), second president of the Association of Black Psychologists
  • Robert Williams (astronomer) (born 1940), director of STScI 1993–98; president of IAU, 2009–2012
  • Robert H. Williams, environmental scientist at the Princeton Environmental Institute
  • Bobby G. Williams (born 1951), Jet Propulsion Laboratory astronomer; namesake of asteroid 5642 Bobbywilliams
Sports American football
  • Bob Williams (American football coach), at Livingston State Teachers College, now University of West Alabama, 1952
  • Bob Williams (coach) (1877–1957), American college football coach
  • Bob Williams (quarterback) (1930–2016), football player for Notre Dame
  • Bobby Williams (defensive back) (1942–2012), American pro football player, St. Louis Cardinals and the Detroit Lions
  • Robert Williams (quarterback), football player for Notre Dame, 1956–1958
  • Bobby Williams (born 1958), tight end, coach
  • Robert Williams (cornerback) (born 1962), former American football cornerback
  • Bobbie Williams (born 1976), American football guard
  • Robert Williams (defensive back) (born 1977), former American football cornerback
Baseball
  • Bob Williams (baseball) (1884–1962), baseball player for the New York Highlanders/Yankees
  • Bobby Williams (baseball) (1895–1978), American baseball shortstop and manager in the Negro Leagues
  • Robert Williams (baseball) (1917–2000), American baseball pitcher and infielder in the Negro Leagues
Basketball
  • Bob Williams (basketball, born 1931), American basketball player
  • Bob Williams (basketball, born 1953), American basketball coach
  • Rob Williams (basketball) (1961–2014), American basketball player
  • Robert Williams (basketball) (born 1997), American basketball player
Football and rugby
  • Bobby Williams (Scottish footballer) (died 1916), Scottish footballer
  • Bobbie Williams (rugby player) (1865–1967), Welsh international rugby union player
  • Bob Williams (rugby) (1886–1969), Australian rugby league footballer
  • Bob Williams (Australian rules footballer) (1913–2004), Australian rules footballer with Hawthorn
  • Bobby Williams (footballer, born 1932), English footballer for Chester City
  • Bobby Williams (footballer, born 1940), English footballer
  • Robbie Williams (footballer, born 1979), English footballer for Warrington Town
  • Robbie Williams (footballer, born 1984), English footballer for Limerick
  • Robbie Williams (snooker player) (born 1986), English snooker player
  • Robbie Williams (cricketer) (born 1987), English cricketer for Middlesex
Other sports
  • Robert Williams (archer) (1841–1914), American archer
  • Robert Williams (South African cricketer) (1912–1984), South African cricketer
  • Robert Williams (English cricketer) (born 1970), former English cricketer
  • Bob Williams (rower) (1931–2017), Canadian rower
  • Rob Williams (rower, born 1960), British rower
  • Rob Williams (rower, born 1985), British rower
Other
  • Robert A. Williams Jr., American lawyer and professor
  • Robert B. Williams (general) (1901–1977), World War II general in the United States Army Air Forces
  • Robert F. Williams (1925–1996), American civil rights activist
  • Robert W. Williams (1951–1983), American murderer
  • Robert Williams (general) (1829–1901), Adjutant General of the U.S. Army from 1892 to 1893
  • Robert Williams (geometer) (born 1942), American designer, mathematician, and architect
  • Robert Williams (robot fatality) (1953–1979), died 1979, the first person to be killed by a robot
  • Robert Williams (trade union leader) (1881–1936), British trade union organizer
See also
  • Bert Williams (disambiguation)
  • Robin Williams (disambiguation)
  • William Roberts (disambiguation)
  • Robert Williams town, former town name in Angola
  • 5642 Bobbywilliams, Mars-crossing asteroid
  • Williams (surname)
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Robert Williams: The Father Of Exponential Imagination Drawings, Paintings, & Sculptures
Robert Williams: The Father Of Exponential Imagination Drawings, Paintings, & Sculptures
This career retrospective showcases the “lowbrow” artist’s “realistic” oil paintings, drawings, sculptures, and works in other media. This is a comprehensive, career-spanning, collection of the iconic painter’s fine art, including every one of his oil paintings, along with a selection of his drawings, sculptures, and multimedia works. Williams pursued a career as a fine arts painter years before joining the art studio of Ed “Big Daddy” Roth in the mid-1960s. From this position, he moved into the rebellious, anti-war circles of early underground comix, as one of the celebratedZap cartoonists. Featuring an introductory essay by Coagula Art Journal founder Mat Gleason, along with a new art manifesto and foreword by Williams himself (the former of whom brought the term “lowbrow” into the fine arts lexicon), as well as tons of rare photos and ephemera. Full-color illustrations throughout.

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THE GUARDIAN: Seventy-Seventh in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 77)
THE GUARDIAN: Seventy-Seventh in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 77)
Jess is on the hunt for Cliff Radish, and after he puts him down, he ends up taking the body to the town of Duston, Texas. The town marshal there happens to be Cliff’s older brother, Ernie. While there, two men gun down the marshal and he’s unable to perform his duties.Ernie Radish calls on Jess to protect the town until he can get out of bed and to make matters worse, a huge cattle drive will arrive in a few days. Jess finds himself dealing with hired guns, whores, drunken cowpunchers and drifters coming to town. He pins his United States Marshal’s badge on and takes over the law in Duston.The cattle drive leaves and the working girls try to hire Jess to escort them safely to Oklahoma City, but instead, he recommends they hire Rick Muller, a gambler and gunslinger from California, who happens to be hanging around Duston. Before Jess leaves town, he realizes that three outlaws are trailing the wagon of women.He quickly finds himself helping Muller transport the women, but trouble seems to show up at every turn. He has to deal with ambushers, gunslingers and men with a grudge against him.

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Negroes with Guns
Negroes with Guns
Exact facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. Contains two essays by Martin Luther King Jr. concerning the role of violence in the civil rights movement. During the height of the Civil Rights Movement, Robert Williams organized armed self-defense against the racist violence of the Ku Klux Klan. This is the story of his movement, first established in Monroe, N.C. As prologue, the issues raised by events in Monroe are weighted by Truman Nelson and Martin Luther King Jr. Illustrated.

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THE APPRENTICE: Seventy-Sixth in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 76)
THE APPRENTICE: Seventy-Sixth in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 76)
Jess is back to bounty hunting in Texas, heading for a town called Huntersville where the next man on his hunt list is purportedly staying around. Before he gets there, he finds four men firing rifles at a young man hiding behind some trees, because they believe him to be a rustler.Jess stops the men and rescues young Andy and convinces the rancher that he’s innocent. Now, he has Andy following him around since he has no other family left, because the rancher already hung his two brothers.Before Jess leaves Huntersville, a triple murder is committed in the saloon and witnessed by a working girl named Molly.The hunt pursues, but Jess still has Andy to contend with. After Andy finds a fancy pearl handled Colt in an embossed black leather holster, he puts it on, but has no experience in using it.Jess continues on the hunt for the four killers, but he still has young Andy under his wing. Andy insists that Jess teaches him the way of the gun, but Jess worries it’ll send the boy on a path of no return or a path straight to hell.

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Through Prehensile Eyes
Through Prehensile Eyes
From biker culture to the faux science of quantum mechanics, this collection features 58 new works by painter Robert Williams. 60 full-color reproductions.

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Slang Aesthetics
Slang Aesthetics
An all-new collection of paintings and sculpture by art legend Robert Williams. First exhibited at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in early 2015, the work in this oversized, hardcover exhibition catalog is accompanied by insightful essays by the artist. --- "The current international capitol of artistic sophistication is New York City. Ever since the end of the Second World War, every small city in the United States that has an art community has looked to New York for cultural parenting. However, an interesting anomaly has developed over the years. "Sophistication," like any other folkway, travels slowly with misinterpretations happening along the way. By the time high culture reached the West Coast it had traded its Brooks Brothers suit for cut-offs, a Hawaiian shirt, and flip-flops. Art on the West Coast, as much as it tries to maintain blue blood affectations shows mutations. It just doesn't have the aloof adroit coldness the Eastern Seaboard art society seems to portray." - Robert Williams, from his introduction to Slang Aesthetics

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LEAD JURY: Seventy-Fifth in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 75)
LEAD JURY: Seventy-Fifth in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 75)
While Jess would like nothing more than a good long rest after successfully ridding Nebraska of a few vicious outlaws, fate has a way of stepping in to spoil his plans. He’s met up with someone whose company he greatly enjoys, the beautiful but deadly female bounty hunter, Wildcat.It seems Wildcat has something special in mind, but it isn’t rest. The usually wild and dangerous territory of New Mexico has gotten much worse and she needs Jess’s help in cleaning out some of the worst gangs in the southern part of the region.Jess, Wildcat, John Bodine and Shadow all head to the southern part of New Mexico Territory. The only one not wearing a Deputy United States Marshals badge is the timber wolf, Shadow.The gangs of murderous outlaws who have fled from neighboring states to elude the law have no idea of the trouble heading their way. The killers are about to be treated like they’ve been treating their victims…with ruthless and deadly force.

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TRIPLE TROUBLE: Seventy-Fourth in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 74)
TRIPLE TROUBLE: Seventy-Fourth in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 74)
Before Jess leaves Stratton, Texas, U.S. Marshal Frank Reedy gives him an unwanted assignment. The job forces Jess to go north to the town of Loveland, Nebraska, to hunt two vicious killers, Bernie Crangle and Rueben Gideon.Jess doesn’t want to go because it’s the time of year when it can get cold in Nebraska. Worse, the only way to get there fast enough in the hopes of getting back to southern Texas, and a warmer climate, is to get on another train. He reluctantly agrees because he owes Reedy a favor.He makes his way on the hunt for the two vicious outlaws and seems to find trouble around every corner. The train he’s on is carrying a huge gold shipment, guarded by an old friend, Vic Pardo. There are rumors of a robbery attempt and trouble soon follows.He finally gets to Loveland, and starts his search for the two killers there, but they are leaving a trail of dead bodies in their wake. He needs to find them before the list gets longer, but he’s hampered by another bounty hunter and a woman who seems to have an interest in the two outlaws.After the job is finished, he heads south again, but the snow flies and the cold comes. By the time he arrives back in Stratton, another ally surprisingly shows up and Jess is not sure it’s a good sign or bad. One thing is for sure. He’ll soon find out.

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CLOSE CALLS: Seventy-Third in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 73)
CLOSE CALLS: Seventy-Third in a Series of Jess Williams Westerns (A Jess Williams Western Book 73)
Jess is on the hunt for the vicious Van McLarty and once he puts him down, he takes the body into the town of Palmdale, Texas, where he runs into a very disagreeable county sheriff and the Corker clan. It seems the Corker men think they run things around their area, including the county sheriff.After his run-in with three of the Corker men, the leader of the group, Hagar Corker, declares war on Jess and the town of Palmdale. The county sheriff rides out of Palmdale and leaves Jess to handle the clan by himself. Lead flies and blood is spilt before a truce can be agreed upon.After leaving Palmdale, Jess finds himself being held against his will on a moving train owned by a wealthy man by the name of John Roscoe. He offers $100,000.00 to the gunslinger who can take Jess in a duel. The train snakes its way through Texas, New Mexico Territory, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Ohio, where Jess faces some of the deadliest gunfighters no one ever knew existed. His last challenge is with Roscoe, but Roscoe doesn’t play fair.After teaching Roscoe a lesson, Jess heads to Stratton, Texas for a quick visit, but Reedy has a deadly job waiting for him. One that requires his special set of skills. He has to hunt down a former Texas Ranger who is hiding in a huge forest, and he’s an expert with a sniper rifle. To make matters worse, the Ranger has gone completely mad. Jess goes in, but will he come out?

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