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Today In History: January 25

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JOHN F. KENNEDY

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JFK First Live News Cast 1961
This is how President John F. Kennedy appeared during the first live televised presidential press conference in history, Jan. 25, 1961. Photo was made off a screen in New York as the president spoke in Washington. (AP Photo)

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Bell

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TechBit Bell Book
** FILE ** This is an undated file photograph of Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone. A new book claims to have definitive evidence of a long-suspected technological crime _ that Alexander Graham Bell stole ideas for the telephone from a rival, Elisha Gray. (AP File Photo)

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ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL

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ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL
A portrait of Alexander Graham Bell, February 6, 1912. (AP Photo)

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ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL

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ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL
Alexander Graham Bell, 1876. (AP PHOTO)

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Vladimir Lenin at Communist International in Moscow
Recuperating from mysterious ailment at a sanitarium – Lenin makes dramatic appearance at Communist International in Moscow on Jan. 25, 1923. (AP Photo)

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I Winter Olympics
The U.S. is represented during opening ceremonies for the I Winter Olympics in Chamonix, France, Jan. 25, 1924. (AP Photo)

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Mahatma Gandhi + 1

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India Mahatma Gandhi Prison
Mohandas Gandhi, known as Mahatma Gandhi at a breakfast table conference with Sardar Patel, right, the day before his release from prison on Jan. 25, 1931. He was incarcerated the previous May and was to be released by order of the Viceroy of India. (AP Photo)

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Capone Chicago
TO GO WITH STORY AL CAPONE LEGADO ** file ** Chicago crime boss Al Capone, center, in the custody of U.S. Marshals, leaves the courtroom of Federal Judge James H. Wilkerson in Chicago on Oct. 24, 1931, during his tax evasion trial. While Chicago officials shun any association with the famous Chicago gangster, visitors still flock to the city searching for anything to do with Capone, who died 60 years ago on Jan. 25, 1947. (AP Photo/File)

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Winston Churchill
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill on board the S. S. Statendam in New York City on Jan. 25, 1932 when they returned from a vacation in the Bahamas. Churchill returned to resume the lecture tour interrupted a few weeks ago when he was struck by a taxicab. The scar, a result of the accident, was visible on Mr. Churchill’s forehead. (AP Photo)

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Einstein Attends Dinner
Dr. Albert Einstein, front row, second from right, is pictured with a group of other notables just before he spoke on international relations at a dinner in honor of him and historian Dr. Charles Beard, and Dr. Jacob Schurman, former president of Cornell University, Jan. 25, 1932, in Los Angeles. Front row, from left: Dr. Robert A. Millikan, president of the California Institute of Technology; Dr. Einstein; Dr. Schurman and Dr. Beard. Second row, from left: James R. Page, R.H. Ballard, Allan C. Balch and Dr. Richard C. Tolman, all associates of the Institute. (AP Photo)

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DILLINGER GANG ARRAIGNMENT
Members of the Dillinger outlaw gang are arraigned in a Tucson, Ariz., court Jan. 25, 1934. From left are: Russel Clark, Charles Makley, Harry Pierpont, John Dilliger, Ann Martin and Mary Kinder. (AP Photo)

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Animal Trainer Stark
For some circus people the winter season means a long rest, but not for Mabel Stark, famed animal trainer. She is shown at circus winter quarters in Los Angeles teaching an old tiger some new tricks, Jan. 25, 1934. It won’t be long now until the smell of sawdust and tanbark lures them to the road. (AP Photo)

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Max Baer Picks Up Barney Ross
Max Baer, wise-cracking heavyweight champion of the world, picked up Barney Ross, Junior Welter and Lightweight King, and carried him around the gym in Miami, Jan. 25, 1935 as if he had been a little child. Just one of Maxie?s jokes as Ross was training for his title fight on Jan. 28 in Miami, with Frankie Klick. Baer will appear on the same card in a four-round exhibition with Jimmy Maloney. (AP Photo)

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Lindbergh Kidnapping and Trial
Bruno Hauptmann, on trial as the kidnap-slayer of the Lindbergh baby, conferring with defense attorney Egbert Rosecrans, right, in court at Flemington, New Jersey on Jan. 25, 1935, just before resuming his place on the witness stand to testify in his own defense. (AP Photo)

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Sonja Henie

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Sonja Henie
Sonja Henie of Norway trains at the Olympic ice stadium in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, during the Winter Olympic Games on Jan. 25, 1936. (AP Photo)

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French honours ceremony
Marshal Petain, left, remitting the military medal to General Gamelin, the French etat-major on Jan. 25, 1936, in Paris. General Maurice Gamelin will accompany the French delegation for the funeral of King George V. (AP Photo)

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England King Edward's Proclamation
The Proclamation of the Accession of King Edward took place at Windsor, England on Jan. 25, 1936, with historic ceremony. A general view of the ceremony beneath Windsor Castle walls. (AP Photo)

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King Boris + 1

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Bulgaria King Boris and Queen Ioanna
King Boris of Bulgaria and Queen Ioanna when they attended the consecration of the Garrison of Sofia, at the capital, on Jan. 25, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Spain Madrid Bomb Damage
Workmen clearing the debris of the building near the Mediodia Railway Station, bombed by Nationalist planes, from the tramlines so that traffic can be resumed, on Jan. 25, 1937. The bomb has sliced away the whole corner of the building, demolishing five floors. (AP Photo)

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Spain Madrid Bomb Damage
Pedestrians climbed over shoulder-high piles of debris, and the fuel cart, lower foreground, had to be backed up to the shop of a customer, pending the clearing of this street near the Presidential Palace in Madrid, on Jan. 25, 1937, after a Nationalist bombing squadron had done its work. (AP Photo)

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SPORTING WRITERS AWARDS ATHLETES
Leading sports figures receive awards at the annual banquet of the Philadelphia Sporting Writers Association in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 25, 1938. From left are, Carl Hubbell, New York Giants, named best pitcher; Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees outflielder, voted most valuable player; Al Horwitz, president of the Sporting Writers Association; Connie Mack of the Philadelphia Athletics; Mickey Cochrane, Detroit Tigers manager, named most courageous. (AP Photo)

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Egypt Aly Maher Pacha with Mohamed Mahmoud Pacha
Aly Maher Pacha, left, Chief of the Royal Cabinet with Mohamed Mahmoud Pacha, right, Prime Minister of Egypt, and King Farouk’s right hand man, together in Cairo, Egypt, on Jan. 25, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Joe Louis + 1

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Joe Louis boxer Louis vs. Lewis
Referee Arthur Donovan puts a restraining hand on Joe Louis arm as John Henry Lewis hit the canvas hard and often, bounces on the ropes January 25, 1939 in New York. Lewis was the first Black to fight Louis professionally. Referee Donovan stopped the fight after two minutes in the first round. (AP Photo)

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