[muh k-ahy-ver, muh-kahy-, muh-kee-]
- Loren,1909–1998, U.S. painter.
- Robert Morrison,1882–1970, U.S. sociologist, born in Scotland.
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In it MacIver agrees to serve as colonel of cavalry in the service of the Khedive.Real Soldiers of Fortune
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He asked me what sort of man Mr. MacIver was, and then proceeded to Calderstones to paint his portrait.
In a few months he returned and called to tell me that he had found my Mr. MacIver and painted him.
It appears that on his first visit Mr. MacIver was suffering from illness.