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Today In History: March 1

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Peace Corps 1962
Peace Corps volunteer Ann Snuggs of Geneva, Ala., leads a game with Filipino children during recess at school in San Enrique, Negros Island, Philippines, March 14, 1962. A year after it was launched, the Peace Corps has 698 volunteers on various projects, and requests from some 40 nations for almost 50,000 more. (AP Photo)

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PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEERS 1961
First members of the Peace Corps Volunteers to leave for overseas duty wave from the ramp of their plane at National Airport, MATS Terminal, Washington, D.C., Aug. 29, 1961. They will travel to Ghana, Africa, for teaching assignments. (AP Photo)

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Peace Corps Richard Lipez Ethiopia with his pupils
Richard Lipez, 24, of Lock Haven, Pa., in Debre Marcos, Gojam, Ethiopia on April 9, 1963 with some of his pupils. Lipez, one of almost 300 American Peace Corps teachers in Ethiopia, is teaching English and other subjects in an isolated area where life continues much as it was in biblical times. Lipez is learning their dialect and their diet (including a dish with cats) and loving it. (AP Photo)

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Princess Elizabeth Edinburgh 1949
Princess Elizabeth, center, congratulates Moira Shearer, left, a ballerina in the Scots Ballet Artiste, following the latter's performance at a concert, held in honor of the Princess and the Duke of Edinburgh, right, at the Usher Hall, March 1, 1949, Edinburgh, Scotland. The Princess wears a crinoline gown of white satin embroidered with crystals a diamond and necklace. Earlier in the day, the freedom of the city of Edinburgh was conferred on the Duke. (AP Photo)

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WWII: Philippines: Luzon
**Eds note: Graphic Content** An old Filipino, left destitute by war which swirled around him in Manila, takes a pair shoes off a dead Japanese soldier in the courtyard of the wrecked Manila City Hall on March 1, 1945. The Japanese were killed by machine gun fire as they tried to flee from the building. (AP Photo/Frank Filan)

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U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt
U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, addressing the Congress, in Washington, D.C. March 1, 1945, in a personal report on the "Big Three Talks" in Crimea. Roosevelt warned that the world could not survive another global conflict and called on Congress and the American people to underwrite the Yalta Conference. Others unidentified. (AP Photo)

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Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Addresses CongressFDR
A joint session of Congress listens as President Franklin D. Roosevelt reports on his historic Crimea conference with Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin, in Washington D.C., March 1, 1945. The president, at microphone, speaks from the well of the House of Representatives chamber. (AP Photo)

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FDR Addresses Congress
A joint session of Congress listens as President Roosevelt, seat at black table, reports on his historic Crimea conference with Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin, in Washington D.C., March 1, 1945. The president, at microphone, speaks from the well of the House of Representatives chamber. (AP Photo//Henry Burroughs)

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Lucky Luciano
Charles "Lucky" Luciano, convicted former New York vice lord who was pardoned by Governor Thomas E. Dewey and deported to his native Sicily, sits at a table during a visit to the home of relatives in Naples, Italy, March 1, 1946. (AP Photo)

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Longchamps Restaurant
Head waiter Louis Boltri, standing, pours liquor from bottle provided by a quartet of customers at Longchamps restaurant on 49th Street and Madison Avenue in New York, after the restaurant's liquor license had expired, March 1, 1947. The State Liquor Authority refused to renew the restaurant chain's permit and Longchamps countered by offering free set-ups to its patrons, left to right: Dr. John Silson, T.K. Kohler: Mrs. Kohler and Jack Silson, all of New York City. (AP Photo/Matty Zimmerman)

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New Guinea People
David Cameron, dentist with the Australian health survey party, takes a wax impression of a Trobriand islander's teeth in Papua New Guinea on March 1, 1948. The Australians spent seven months checking the health and diet of natives in five areas of Papua New Guinea. (AP Photo)

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Jimmy Stewart with Myrna Dell
Just before the curtain call for the premiere of a film in which he stars, actor Jimmy Stewart stops to chat with Myrna Dell, young screen player in Hollywood on March 1, 1948. (AP Photo/Ed Widdis)

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NYC CENTRAL PARK WINTER
Snow-covered trees in Central Park are seen against the Essex House building on Central Park South in New York City on March 1, 1949. (AP Photo/Robert A. Wands)

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Atomic Energy
A puff of smoke rises from a magnesium flare ignited by atomic energy during the cornerstone laying for the new 19-story Crowell-Collier Publishing Building at New York’s 51st St. and 5th Ave., on March 1, 1949. A nuclear reactor was used to split 10 atoms of Uranium 235 and to supply power to out the traditional riddon and set a hoist into action which lowered the two-ton cornerstone (right) one foot into place Dr. J.R. Dunning, Columbia University nuclear scientist, who supervised the event, said it was the first time to his knowledge that atomic energy was substituted for human hands and physical effort in such an operation. (AP Photo/HH)

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CASEY STENGEL

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STENGEL YANKEES
New York Yankees manager Casey Stengel, standing center, addresses the team as they gather in St. Petersburg, Fla. March 1, 1950, for the opening of spring training. (AP Photo)

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Chiang Kai-shek
Chiang Kai-shek (at rostrum), who resumed as President of Nationalist China on March 1, 1950 delivers an address the next day at a city hall reception in Taipei, Formosa. He promised political and military reforms as steps toward crushing Chinese Communists and winning back the mainland. Seated in left foreground is Madame Chiang. Others unidentified. Behind the Generalissimo at right is picture of Dr. Sun Yatsen, founder of the Chinese republic. (AP Photo)

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National Parks Sharps 1950
An attractive composition of sea, rocks, and shore is highlighted by the setting sun along the coast highway near Sharp's Park, about 12 miles south of San Francisco, March 1, 1950. The cliffs leading down to the shore are made of clay and very eroded. (AP Photo/Ernest K. Bennett)

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Hanoi Vietnam
Aerial view of the 1,800 metre Long Steel Bridge over the Red River on the Haiphong-Hanoi Road inn North Vietnam, March 1, 1951. (AP Photo/Jean-Jacques Levy Levy)

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YANKEES BERRA DIMAGGIO JOHNSON
New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra, left, slugger Joe DiMaggio, center, and infielder Billy Johnson sign their 1951 contracts in Municipal Stadium dugout as the club opens spring training in Phoenix, Ariz., March 1, 1951. Looking on are co-owners of the Yankees Del Webb, left, and Dan Topping. (AP Photo)

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BERLIN SNOW 1951
Kurfuerstendamm Street in Berlin is seen March 1, 1951, during the heaviest snowfall of the winter. Three to four inches fell on the city. In the background the bomb-scarred Kaiser Wilhelm Gedaechtniskirche can be seen. (AP Photo/von Nolde)

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STORK CLUB TAYLOR 1951
In this image provided by the Stork Club, teenage actress Elizabeth Taylor is seen with Robert Ritter at the Stork Club in New York, March 1, 1951. Ms. Taylor recently divorced hotel heir Conrad Hilton, Jr. after less than a year of marriage. (AP Photo/Stork Club)

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WWII Asia Burma Destruction Rangoon
Tons of bombs speckle the sky over Rangoon in Burma as they spew from the yawning bomb bays of B-29 Superfortresses March 1, 1945. The target of this daylight attack by the 20th Bomber Command B-29s was a large Japanese supply depot near the Mingaladon Air Field near Rangoon. (AP Photo)

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Lolita Lebron
Capitol police hold three of four Puerto Rican nationalists in custody shortly after they opened fire from the visitor's gallery of the U.S. House of Representatives, wounding five members of Congress, in Washington, D.C., March 1, 1954. The woman at left is Lolita Lebron, who said, "I want freedom for my country. My country is Puerto Rico." The man at center, wearing a necktie, is Rafael Cancel Miranda, and the man being held at right is Andres Figueroa Cordero. (AP Photo)

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GEORGE OSCEOLA

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SEMINOLE AMERICAN INDIAN
George Osceola, an 80-year-old Florida Seminole Indian, poses in native garb in Washington, D.C. on March 1, 1954. (AP Photo)

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