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Today In History: February 14

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Britain Obit Cloning Scientist
FILE This Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1997 file photo shows seven-month-old Dolly, the genetically cloned sheep, looking towards the camera at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, Scotland. Keith Campbell, a prominent biologist who worked on cloning Dolly the sheep, has died at 58, the University of Nottingham said Thursday Oct. 11, 2012. Campbell, who had worked on animal improvement and cloning since 1999, died last Friday Oct. 5, 2012, university spokesman Tim Utton said. He did not specify the cause of death, only saying that Campbell had worked at the university until his death. (AP Photo/Paul Clements, File) UK OUT

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ROSENBERG CHILDREN
Michael Rosenberg, 9, left, and his brother Robert, 5, children of spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, prepare to leave Sing Sing Prison in Ossining, N.Y., after visiting their parents on death row, Feb. 14, 1953. The Rosenberg's executive clemency appeal has been denied by U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower. (AP Photo)

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NIU Shooting
A student reacts to the shooting on Northern Illinois University campus Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008 in DeKalb, Ill. ((AP Photo/Northern Star, Stacey Huffstutler)

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YE Top 10 Decade Illinois
FILE - In this Feb. 14, 2008 file photo, a victim is moved after being treated following a shooting on the Northern Illinois University campus in DeKalb, Ill. Five students were killed and more than a dozen wounded when a former student opened fire in a geology lecture. The shooting was chosen as one of the top 10 Illinois news stories of the decade by The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Northern Star, Jim Killan, File)

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NIU Shooting
Rescue workers evacuate a victim of a shooting at a lecture hall at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Ill., Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008. A man dressed in black opened fire with a shotgun from a stage of a lecture hall at Northern Illinois University on Thursday before he killed himself, the school's president said. (AP Photo/daily-chronicle.com, Eric Sumberg) ** MANDATORY CREDIT **

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Leonhard Seppala with huskies Crossing Finish Line
Leonhard Seppala with his huskies crossing the finish line first in the three day point to point race of the New England sled dog club that ended at North Conway, New Hampshire on Feb. 14, 1928. (AP Photo)

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ALCOHOL BROUGHT OVER ICE 1930
Large quantities of Canadian beer and whisky are being transported in cars from Amherstburg, Ont., Canada, across the frozen lower Detroit River, to the Michigan side of the international boundary line, Feb. 14, 1930. The cars are driven with one door open, so if the car goes through the ice the driver can scramble free. (AP Photo)

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Valentines Day Massacre
The bodies of six of the men who were slain in a gang-shooting in Chicago's North Side, Feb. 14, 1929. Several of the bodies are huddle together on the floor. The seventh body was taken to the Alexian Brothers Hospital. (AP Photo)

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Valentines Day Massacre
The bodies of six of the men who were slain in a gang-shooting in Chicago's North Side, Feb. 14, 1929. Several of the bodies are huddle together on the floor while another is slumped on chair at the extreme left. The seventh body was taken to the Alexian Brothers Hospital. (AP Photo)

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Press during Hauptmann Trial
Crowd gathered outside Hunterdon County Courthouse shown cheering word that Bruno Richard Hauptmann had been convicted of the murder of the Lindbergh baby, Feb. 14, 1930. (AP Photo)

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Sketch Book Chorus Girls 1931
From left to right, cast members of Earl Carroll's "Sketch Book" are shown in court awaiting arraignment, Feb. 14, 1931: Hazel Nevin, Lydia Resh, Joyce Collins, Francis De Lacey, Dorothy Frank, Mildred Randall, Fern McAllister and Rosaile McCallion. The show was shut down by Chicago police and the ladies arrested because some of the cast wore less than the legal minimum of costumes on stage. (AP Photo)

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Harvard's Ripley
A pioneer in work for railway consolidation, Prof. William Ripley, of Harvard, is shown boarding a transport plane to fly to Hartford, Conn., where he recently made an address on transportation, Feb. 14, 1931 in Boston.(AP Photo)

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Early Air Mail 1934
Salt Lake City became the hub of the United States War Department's western division air mail organization with the arrival of Major Clarence L. Tinker, right, of March Field, Calif., and his aide, First Lieut. J.C. Crosthwaite, also of March Field. Major Tinker will supervise the Army's Oakland-Cheyenne, Wyo., air mail carrying functions in the western sector, one of the three into which the country has been divided. The flyers are shown upon their arrival, Feb. 14, 1934. (AP Photo)

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Hauptmann Lindbergh 1935
Condemned as the abductor and murderer of the Lindbergh baby and facing death in the electric chair, Bruno Richard Hauptmann is shown in his cell in Flemington, N.J., Feb. 14, 1935. (AP Photo)

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Hauptmann Lindbergh 1935
Condemned as the abductor and murderer of the Lindbergh baby and facing death in the electric chair, Bruno Richard Hauptmann is shown in his cell in Flemington, N.J., Feb. 14, 1935. (AP Photo)

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Charles Lindbergh Kidnap Case trial
Here are 11 of the jurors on Feb. 14, 1935 in Flemington, New Jersey, who the night before convicted Bruno Richard Hauptmann as the kidnap-killer of the Lindbergh baby. Left to right, front row: Elmer Smith, Mrs. Ethel Stockton, Charles F. Snyder, Mrs. Verna Snyder, Mrs. Rosie Pill, and Charles Walton, Sr., (foreman). L to R, Back row: Robert Cravatt, Philip Hackenbury, George Voorhees, Mrs. Mary F. Brelsford, and Howard U. Biggs. Liscom C. Case, the 11th juror, went home with a heart ailment after the verdict was returned empty space second from right. (AP Photo)

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Tenant Farmers
Deputies sheriff, in the wagon, are taking the belongings of a tenant farmer identified by officials of the Southern Tenant Farmers Union as Ira Matheney of Poinsett County, Arkansas from his home near Marked Tree, Arkansas under eviction orders on Feb. 14, 1935. The family is on front of the wagon and union officials claimed they were a part of “wholesale evictions.” (AP Photo)

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NYC Upper East Side
This is the Mayfair apartment house from which David Brooks, nephew of Lady Astor and son-in-law of James Moffett, vice president of the Standard Oil Co., of New Jersey, fell 14 floors to his death, Feb. 14, 1936 in New York. Brook’s fall took place almost directly across the street from President Franklin Roosevelt’s New York City townhouse. Police termed the death accidental. (AP Photo)

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Japan Police Dog
A police dog is put through training paces before a large group of spectators in Japan, Feb 14, 1937 Police dogs are being trained in Japan for service in battle with the Japanese army. The location is unknown. (AP Photo)

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Native Americans 1937
Igo Pepitillo, Mayan Indian, who claims to be a direct descendant of Mayan high priests, makes a spoon dance with no apparent mechanical aids. It was made at the Screen Actors Guild ball in Hollywood, Feb. 14, 1937, at which Pepitillo entertained. (AP Photo)

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Japan Army
A police dog being trained for duty with the Japanese army on Feb. 14, 1937. The theoretical enemy which the dog is attacking is amply protected by a heavy, padded coat. (AP Photo)

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U.S. FLOODS SAN JOAQUIN RIVER
This aerial view shows the bridge at San Joaquin City over the San Joaquin River on Feb. 14, 1938. Crumbling levees on the Stanislaus River permitted water to flood thousands of acres of farm lands and brought damage estimated at some $120,000 in the River Junction Farms section near the confluence of the San Joaquin and Stanislaus Rivers. (AP Photo)

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Singapore British Bombers Flying Over
The opening of the giant graving dock of the Singapore naval base opened and named King George VI Graving Dock, has riveted the attention of the world upon the Gibraltar of the east. Lying off the Southern extremity of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore, where long months of preparation have preceded the opening of the giant dock, has a fascinating character of its own. An air view of Singapore, showing British bombers in the foreground on Feb. 14, 1938. The bay can be seen studded with ships of all kinds, and in the rear can be seen the tall white buildings that front the bay. (AP Photo)

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Panda Mei
Mei, the second of the pandas captured by Mrs. W. H. Harkness, Jr., arrived in San Francisco a very tired animal. Panda hunter Harkness is shown tucking the panda into bed after an exhaustive trip of 13,000 miles, Feb. 14, 1938. They plan to continue east by plane taking off for Chicago, Feb. 15. (AP Photo)

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