28 names.

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1. Robert Jordan Robert Jordan Writer, The Wheel of Time
2. Alicia Rhett Alicia Rhett Actress, Gone with the Wind
3. Melinda Ballard Melinda Ballard Writer, Status and Trends in Arctic Biodiversity
4. Elizabeth von Arnim Elizabeth von Arnim Writer, Enchanted April
5. Mark W. Clark Mark W. Clark Self, At the Front in North Africa with the U.S. Army
6. Jean Carmen Jean Carmen Actress, Paroled from the Big House
7. Robert Gould Shaw Robert Gould Shaw Writer, Glory
8. Frank B. Gilbreth Jr. Frank B. Gilbreth Jr. Writer, Cheaper by the Dozen
9. Dawn Langley Simmons Dawn Langley Simmons Self, Whicker's World
10. Herbert Ravenel Sass Herbert Ravenel Sass Writer, Anne of the Indies A 1905 graduate of the College of Charleston, Herbert Ravenel Sass was an old school Southern gentleman - historian, novelist, short story writer, amateur ornithologist, naturalist, artist and poet. He published a number of books touching on Charleston's history as well as on the local flora and fauna...
11. Gilbert Ralston Gilbert Ralston Writer, Willard In the 1960s, Gilbert Ralston began work in television and film writing, including the screenplay for Willard. This was based on the book 'Ratman's Notebooks' written by Stephen Gilbert. Gilbert Ralston spent his final years in a South Carolina nursing home, where he died in 1999.
12. William C. Westmoreland William C. Westmoreland Self, Don't Ask Me, Ask God
13. Harold Foshay Harold Foshay Actor, The Shadow
14. Jim Handley Jim Handley Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, The Reluctant Dragon
15. Marie Conway Oemler Marie Conway Oemler Writer, Slippy McGee Amewrican novelist Marie Conway Oemler was born in Savannah, GA, in 1879. Although she had some private-school and public-school education, she was mostly home-schooled. She married at 22 years of age and didn't begin writing until she was in her late 30s, when her novel "Slippy McGee" (1917) was published...
16. Joel Herron Joel Herron Soundtrack, Fading Gigolo Songwriter ("I'm a Fool to Want You", "Sierra Nevada"), composer, arranger, conductor and author, educated at the University of Chicago. He was music director at WMGM between 1946 and 1956 for "MGM Theatre of the Air", "MGM Musical Comedy Theatre of the Air", the US Treasury program "Guest Star", and the "Jane Froman Show"...
17. Clements Ripley Clements Ripley Writer, Jezebel
18. Barry Winton Barry Winton Actor, Lost Horizon
19. Lenore Bender Lenore Bender Actress, Thin Ice
20. Harold Meltzer Harold Meltzer Actor, The Ticket-of-Leave Man
21. Ed Battle Ed Battle Actor, Mother's Day
22. Walter L. Scott Walter L. Scott Actor, Die Physiker
23. Robin Chandler Duke Robin Chandler Duke Self, To the Contrary
24. William Westmorland William Westmorland Self, From Hollywood to Hanoi
25. David Stahl David Stahl Music Department, Leonard Bernstein: Candide
26. Charles Boaz Charles Boaz Actor, The Search for Bridey Murphy
27. Kathryn Johnson Kathryn Johnson Actress, South Pacific
28. Harold S. Sintzenich Harold S. Sintzenich Cinematographer, Sally of the Sawdust
28 names.