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Herbert Hoover

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Herbert Hoover
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, in cabinet of Calvin Coolidge, listens to the radio broadcast in March 11, 1922 of "Air News". (AP Photo)

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NEW YORK BLIZZARD OF 1888
The awning of a grocery store is damaged from the weight of the snow during the blizzard of 1888 in New York City. The blizzard on March 12-14 paralyzed the city with about 40" of snow and winds that reached up to 60 miles per hour, creating drifts as high as fifty feet. (AP Photo)

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NEW YORK BLIZZARD OF 1888
This view made during the blizzard of 1888 shows New Yorkers hiking across the bridge after being forced to leave their train when it stalled as a result of the heavy snow on March 12-14. Winds reached up to 60 miles per hour, creating drifts as high as fifty feet. Many people and horses died in the street. (AP Photo/Arthur H. Fisher)

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NEW YORK BLIZZARD OF 1888
A New York street is shown during the blizzard of 1888. The blizzard that occured March 12-14 paralyzed the city with 40" of snow and winds that reached up to 60 miles per hour, creating drifts as high as 50 feet. Telegraph and telephone poles and wires were downed and lay in the streets. (AP Photo)

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TRIS SPEAKER

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INDIANS MANAGER TRIS SPEAKER
Cleveland Indians manager Tris Speaker is seen at the spring training camp in Lakeland, Florida, March 11, 1926. (AP Photo)

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CHARLES CURTIS PRESENTS TROPHY TO SEGRAVE
American Vice President Charles Curtis, left, presents the Daytona Beach Trophy to Britain's Major Henry Segrave, after he had achieved a new world record land speed of 231 miles per hour, in his car 'Golden Arrow', on Daytona Beach, Florida, March 11, 1929. (AP Photo)

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James Braddock + 1

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James Braddock vs Jimmy Slattery
James J. Braddock of Jersey City, scores a technical knockout over Jimmy Slattery, Buffalo lightheavyweight, in the ninth round of a scheduled ten round feature bout, March 11, 1929 at Madison Square Garden. Slattery, left, breaking through Braddock's guard in the second round. (AP Photo)

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Cubs Exhibition Game
Roger Hornsby slams out a home run, scoring Kiki Cuyler for the Chicago Cubs in their first practice game against Los Angeles, March 11, 1929. (AP Photo)

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President William Howard Taft Funeral
Justices of the Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice Charles E. Hughes, pay respects to its departed chief, President William Howard Taft. The jurists, in a group, are moving toward his grave on March 11, 1930 in Arlington Cemetery, Washington, D.C. (AP Photo)

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Vallabhbhai Patel

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Vallabhbhai Patel
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, front, Mahatma Ghandi's First Lieutenant leaving a political gathering around March 11, 1930. Shortly after this he was arrested after Ghandi declared that he would stop at nothing to achieve home rule for India. (AP Photo)

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Taft Brought To Rotunda
A guard of honor carry the casket of the late former President William Howard Taft toward the Capitol in Washington where he will lay in state before burial, pictured March 11, 1930. (AP Photo)

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NEW ORLEANS French Quarter
This is a view of the historic Pontalba apartments in New Orleans, La. where a fire March 11, 1931 caused an estimated $5,000 damage and threatened books and documents valued at $50,000. From one of the ironwork balconies Jenny Lind, the famed Swedish nightingale sang "Home Sweet Home" to a group in the court below. The building was erected in 1850 in what is now the city's French Quarter by the Baroness Pontalba, daughter of a Spanish grandee. It is one of the first apartment building in the United States photographer here on March 14, 1931. (AP Photo)

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Charles Lindbergh Kidnap case
Charles Williams (right), chief of the Hopewell, N.J., police, and pilot Charles Stoffer, checking a map of the town and the Sourland Mountain district, preparatory to taking off on March 11, 1932 to seek out unknown roads and isolated shacks for possible clues to the kidnapers of the infant son of Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh. (AP Photo)

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Bruning

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Germany Berlin Paul von Hindenburg Election Rally
General view of the audience at the Sportpalast (Sports Palace) in Berlin, Germany, on March 11, 1932 during an election rally for President Paul von Hindenburg. (AP Photo)

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London Boris Karloff
British actor Boris Karloff with his wife Dorothy during a visit to London, on March 11, 1933. (AP Photo/Str/Malindine)

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Germany Adolf Hitler Attends The Bavarian Revolution Celebration
On March 11, 1934 the Bavarian revolution celebration took place in Munich, Germany with the Bavarian state minister Ludwig Siebert standing at the speaker's desk and attended, seated from left to right, by Bavarian justice minister Hans Frank II, minister of state Adolf Wagner, chief of staff Ernst Roehm, chancellor Adolf Hitler, Ritter (Knight) Franz von Epp, Bavarian state minister Hermann Esser, Bavarian education minister Hans Schemm. (AP Photo)

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Connie Mack + 1

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Mack And Foxx 1934
Connie Mack, left, manager of the Philadelphia Athletics, is shown with Jimmy Foxx, home run king, just after Jimmy had signed the contract which ended his hold-out siege, in Miami Beach, Fla., March 11, 1934 where the Athletics played the Giants. (AP Photo)

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GENERAL MOTORS STRIKE
Men and women strikers at the Chevrolet Fisher Body Plants dance time away after the third strike in two months in St. Louis, MO. on March 11, 1937 during the Great Depression. (AP Photo)

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Max Baer
Max Baer, American heavyweight in Coombe Hill, near Croydon, Surrey, England on March 11, 1937, for some fights and may be a bit of entertaining, brought 24 golf clubs over from the U.S. Baer also got a few tips from Archie Compson, British professional. Max Baer drives off with one of his 24 golf clubs. On extreme left is Archie Compson, noted professional. (AP Photo)

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Ireland Limerick Fowl Market
The famous Fowl Market in a corner of Old Limerick, on March 11, 1937. Wares of all descriptions, and less chickens, are sold there. (AP Photo)

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Southampton French Liner Normandie
The French liner, Normandie off Southampton, on March 11, 1937, as she left for America. She has just been fitted with new propellers and hopes to regain the Blue Riband of the Atlantic. (AP Photo)

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Hershey Chocolate Corporation
The windowless, air-conditioned, indirectly-lighted modern office building, (the second of its kind in America), of the Hershey Chocolate Corporation, Hershey, Pennsylvania on March 11, 1937. It is science's latest work to provide scientifically produced artificial working conditions that will be an improvement over the usual daylight condition of changing light and changing weather conditions. (AP Photo)

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MUSIC HALL
Interior of Radio City Music Hall at Rockefeller Center in New York City, March 11, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Austria Nazi Torch Celebration
Blazing torches are held triumphantly aloft by entusiastic Nazis, in Vienna, Austria, March 11, 1938, after the Austrian Chancellor Kurt Von Scuschnigg had resigned. (AP Photo)

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