Thomas Bailey, 1836–1907, U.S. short-story writer, poet, and novelist.
Contemporary Examples

Despite being invited to dinner by his friend Aldrich, Lillian refused to move into the dining room.
America’s First Modern Celebrity Laura Skandera Trombley March 19, 2010

He’s also busy rejecting the professional advances of acne-faced young scientist Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce, somewhat disguised).
‘Iron Man 3,’ Starring Robert Downey Jr., Is Loud, Quippy, Ridiculous Fun Marlow Stern April 30, 2013

Aldrich Ames had been working for the CIA for 31 years when he and his wife were arrested on espionage charges in 1994.
Second ‘Underwear Bomber,’ Kim Philby, and Other Notorious Double Agents The Daily Beast May 9, 2012

Historical Examples

Burnside, who was with the wagon trains at Aldrich’s on our extreme left, received the same instructions.
Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant, Complete Ulysses S. Grant

So you shot with Aldrich and he tried to get you to buy “Steel Preferred.”
Letters of a Dakota Divorcee Jane Burr

I saw Capt. Aldrich passing, so I rushed to the window and he waved his hat.
Village Life in America 1852-1872 Caroline Cowles Richards

Lieutenant Aldrich had also come back, but reported nothing but ice.
Notable Voyagers W.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith

At intervals the fog-horns of vessels passing us, but hidden from us, tormented Aldrich to a state of extreme exasperation.
Once Upon A Time Richard Harding Davis

The best refutation of Aldrich is furnished by Aldrich himself.
A History of American Literature Since 1870 Fred Lewis Pattee

In writing on personal and local and occasional themes Aldrich dealt with more congenial material.
A History of American Literature Percy H. Boynton

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