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John Glenn + 2

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John Glenn 1962
Lt. Col. John H. Glenn Jr., winding up busy days in New York on March 3, 1962, rides in car with his family from the Waldorf Towers en route to Newark airport in Newark, N.J. Glenn and his family were flying to his home town in New Concord, Ohio, for another welcoming ceremony. With Glenn and his wife is their son, David. (AP Photo/John Lindsay)

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KELLER SULLIVAN
Helen Keller, 12, is pictured with her teacher Anne Sullivan in 1892 at an unknown location. Keller was born in Tuscumbia, Al., and lost her sight and hearing after an illness at nineteen months. Keller, who has been educated by Sullivan to speak, read and write, learned to speak in sentences by age 10 and now speaks in seven languages. (AP Photo)

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HELEN KELLER ANNE SULLIVAN
Helen Keller, left, at age 13, is photographed with her teacher, Anne Sullivan, in 1893 at an unknown location. Keller was nineteen months old when a disease left her blind and deaf. (AP Photo)

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WOMAN SUFFRAGE PROCESSION 1913
Suffragists led by "General" Rosalie Jones march from New York on their way to the Woman Suffrage Procession in Washington D.C., on the eve of Woodrow Wilson's inaugural in March 1913. (AP Photo)

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RUTH SLENCZINSKI

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PIANIST RUTH SLENCZINSKI
Ruth Slenczynski, 5, of San Francisco poses at the piano March 3, 1930. Ruth recently won a scholarship at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. She played for Josef Hofman, famous pianist and director of the Institute, who declared she was the finest talent he had found on a transcontinental tour.(AP Photo)

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Oliver Wendell Holmes Hat
Associate Justice of the U.S. Oliver Wendell Holmes Senior Member of the Supreme Court will celebrate his 90th birthday March 8. He is shown here leaving the Capitol at Washington March 3, 1931. (AP Photo)

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Charlie Chaplin + 1

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Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin and Premier Ramsay MacDonald out for a walk on the road to Chequers, the country residence of the British Prime Minister, in England on March 3, 1931, after the Comedian’s arrival in his native country after an absence of 10 years. (AP Photo)

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SS Europa
The SS Europa, a German Liner pictured on March 3, 1930. (AP Photo/Staff/Puttnam)

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Reichstag Fire 1933
Berliners and Nazi guards visit the charred Session Room of the Reichstag, March 3, 1933. (AP Photo)

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Dodgers Dazzy Vance
Dazzy Vance, veteran pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers, shows his form during a workout at the Dodgers' spring training camp in Clearwater, Fla., March 3, 1932. Vance expects to have a good year on the mound. (AP Photo)

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Theodore Roosevelt Jr. + 3

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Roosevelt Wedding
This wedding group was photographed at the little country church at Oyster Bay, New York, after the wedding of Miss Grace Green Roosevelt, daughter of Col. Theodore Roosevelt Jr., left, to William McMillan of Baltimore, March 3, 1934. Left to right: Col. Roosevelt, Grace, William, and Eleanor Butler Alexander Roosevelt, wife of the Col. (AP Photo)

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Hitler Youth
Nazi leaders school near Starnberg, Bavaria, March 3, 1934. (AP Photo)

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BUCKY HARRIS + 1

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SENATORS MANAGER BUCKY HARRIS
Bucky Harris, manager of the Washington Senators, crashes through the hoop to lead his squad of rookies and veterans onto Tinker Field to start the winter training season here, March 3, 1936. The Senators, with a greatly improved pitching staff, already are talking about "being in the race for the flag" this season.(AP Photo)

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Jesse Owen

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Jesse Owens
Olympic Athlete Jesse Owens waves and greets the crowds along Broadway in New York City, March 3, 1936. (AP Photo)

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Cecelia Colledge ...

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Southampton Cecelia Colledge and Gracie Fields
British ice skater Cecelia Colledge, left, and British singer and comedienne Gracie Fields at Southampton, on March 3, 1937, prior to leaving for America. (AP Photo)

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Steel Worker And Family
Frank Esposito finds comfort and happiness surrounded by his family after his duties as a worker in Illinois steel company’s plant are completed for the day in south Chicago, March 3, 1937. Left to right: Esposito, his wife, Theresa holding Jean, 3; Jerry 15; John 12; Tom 10; Joe 7, and Della Fionda, his daughter, holding Joe, 2. (AP Photo)

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France Paris Les Halles
View of part of the famous food market Les Halles in Paris on March 3, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Oscar Vitt

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Oscar Vitt
Oscar Vitt, New Cleveland Indian manager dresses up in Indian suit for Mardi Gras, March 3, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Franklin D. Roosevelt
With a navy cape thrown over his shoulders, President Franklin D. Roosevelt is shown as he drove in an open car from the Charleston, S.C., on March 3, 1939 with Gov. Burnet Maybank, and Mayor Henry Lockwood. They are traveling from the Charleston Navy Yard to Roosevelt's special train on which he returned to Washington after a two-weeks cruise in the Caribbean observing naval war games. (AP Photo)

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Yehudi Menuhin + 1

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England Yehudi Menuhin
Yehudi Menuhin, the well-known young violinist, who arrived in England on board the Queen Mary with his Australian wife Nola and his father held a reception at Grosvenor House. Yehudi Menuhin, the 23-year-old violinist, with his violin, and his young Australian wife, photographed at Grosvenor House, in London, on March 3, 1939. (AP Photo)

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JIMMY STEWART

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OSCARS STEWART ROGERS
Ginger Rogers and Jimmy Stewart hold the Oscars they won for best actress and best actor, respectively, at the 13th Annual Academy Awards, March 3, 1941, in Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Rogers was chosen for her portrayal in "Kitty Foyle"; Jimmy Stewart in the "The Philadelphia Story." (AP Photo)

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Hialeah Park Horse Racing
* *FILE ** Bettors and spectators watch horses leave the paddock at Hialeah Park in Miami on the final day of the racing season in this March 3, 1941 file photo. The historic park, once visited by Winston Churchill and the host of Citation and Seabiscuit, has been edged out by rival tracks and become a relic of horse racing. South Florida officials are in the early stages to convert the track's 220 acres for residential and commercial use. (AP Photo/Ham Wright)

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WWII England Underground Aircraft Production
An overhead view in the central control room in an underground ministry of aircraft production factory, somewhere in England. on March 3, 1942. From here the exact movements and output of components in the factory are controlled, the stage reached being indicated either by the white dockets on the recording desks in the foreground or by the records kept by the girls chalking up figures on the blackboards. Work goes on night and day. The lighting system is the nearest approach to daylight, an air-conditioning plant constantly changes the air, and heating is supplied by overhead warm-air valves. The progress and movement of each aircraft component in the workshops in controlled by progress and planning engineers, and the managing director from a central control from which is in constant touch by phone and radio loudspeakers with the workshops. These underground factories are deep below ground and considered immune from air attack, while nature provided the best possible camouflage for them. (AP Photo)

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WWII England Underground Aircraft Production
A section of a workshop in the underground ministry of aircraft production factory, somewhere in England. on March 3, 1942. Work goes on night and day. The lighting system is the nearest approach to daylight, an air-conditioning plant constantly changes the air, and heating is supplied by overhead warm-air valves. The progress and movement of each aircraft component in the workshops in controlled by progress and planning engineers, and the managing director from a central control from which is in constant touch by phone and radio loudspeakers with the workshops. These underground factories are deep below ground and considered immune from air attack, while nature provided the best possible camouflage for them. (AP Photo)

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