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Warren Wilbur Shaw

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USA Wilbur Shaw
American racing driver Warren Wilbur Shaw, in his car Miss Whippet, on Daytona Beach, USA, March 6, 1928. (AP Photo)

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Barney Dreyfuss

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Pirates Dreyfuss 1929
Barney Dreyfuss, owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates and dean of Major League Baseball magnates, arrives at Los Angeles harbor to watch the Buccaneers at spring training, March 6, 1929. (AP Photo)

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NYC UNION SQUARE PROTEST
More than 60,000 people crowded into Union Square, New York City, March 6, 1930, in answer to the Communist call for a demonstration against unemployment. Police took elaborate precautions to prevent trouble, but disturbances occured in which five people required hospital treatment. Photo shows part of the crowd. (AP Photo)

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Demonstrations
Groups of unemployed gather in front of the White House before parading in protest in Washington on March 6, 1930. The march ended in a free-for-all fight when two of the demonstrators attempted to speak and were pulled down from the White House fence.(AP Photo)

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USA New York Red Riots
Two New York policemen keeping a girl on the move during the “Red” demonstration against unemployment in New York, USA on March 6, 1930. (AP Photo)

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New York City Demonstrations and Riots
This Communist insisted on resisting the police at the Communist demonstration against unemployment in New York City on March 6, 1930, and got the worse of the argument. Several people were injured in the melees which took place. (AP Photo)

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BENITO MUSSOLINI ... + 1

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MUSSOLINI SON ROMANO
Italy's Premier Benito Mussolini is shown on horseback with his youngest son, Romano, in the gardens of the villa Torlonia, Italy, March 6, 1931. (AP Photo)

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Ruth Nichols

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Miss Ruth Nichols
Miss Ruth Nichols, the society girl of Rye, N.Y., who is one of the pioneer women of the air, at the Jersey City Airport, on March 6, 1931 on her attempt to break the altitude record which proved unofficially successful, now held by Miss Elinor Smith of long Island. Soaring higher and higher in her swift wasp-motored Lockheed Vega cabin monoplane until completely invisible to the naked eye, Miss Nichols attained altitude of 30,045 bettering the woman’s record by 2,627 feet. Photo shows Miss Nichols after her altitude flight. (AP Photo)

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Food Franchises Wrigley 1931
William Wrigley, Jr., wealthy Chicago chewing gum magnate, and owner of Santa Catalina Island, 25 miles off Los Angeles Harbor, displays a camphor wood chest fashioned out of a beheading block taken from the Chinese pirate junk, Ming Po (Peaceful Wave), March 6, 1931. Belying the pacific English interpretation of its name, the Ming Po, built in 1753, was famous as a smuggler on the Yellow Sea. More than 150 Chinese pirates died aboard it before its illegal activities were ended. (AP Photo)

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Rise Of Nazism
An enormous Republican demonstration against the Nazis and for Hindenburg takes place on the Berlin Lustgarten, March 6, 1932. The immense crowd in front of the Berlin dome. (AP Photo)

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GENE SARAZEN + 2

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SARAZEN ARMOUR HAGEN
Gene Sarazen, left, Tommy Armour, center, and Walter Hagen are shown during the Florida year-round club open golf tournament in Miami, Fla., March 6, 1933. (AP Photo)

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Franklin Roosevelt + 1

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FDR Attends Walsh Funeral 1933
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, with his son James, attend the state funeral for Sen. Thomas J. Walsh, March 6, 1933, who was to have been Attorney General in his cabinet. First lady Eleanor Roosevelt is seen at right. (AP Photo)

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Berlin Nazi Parade
Nazi troops parade through the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, March 6, 1933, as part of the Steel Helmet Parade. Bands and troops paraded through the capital during the elections. (AP Photo)

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Paul Von Hindenburg

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Berlin President Hindenburg
Germany's President Paul Von Hindenburg waits to cast his vote at a polling booth in Berlin, Germany, on March 6, 1933, in the German general election. (AP Photo)

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ADOLF HITLER

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YOUNGSTER MEETS HITLER
German chancellor Adolf Hitler greets a young boy on a street in Berlin, Germany on March 6, 1934. The youngster is wearing the uniform of Hitler's storm troopers. (AP Photo)

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Steamer Fire
A fire-boat pours tons of water into the blazing hold of the steamer City of Montgomery in New York City, March 6, 1934. The steamer, listing badly from the amount of water poured into the hold, arrived in the harbor after a dramatic race up the Atlantic coast. Her 33 passengers had been discharged. (AP Photo)

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Sonja Henie

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Sonja Henie
Champion figure skater, Sonja Henie, fresh off her world championship win at Oslo, gets in a little practice at Madison Square Garden in New York, March 6, 1934. The greatest woman titleholder in all history of sport, arrived in New York, for what may be her final American exhibition tour as a world figure skating champion. Miss Henie said, "For five years I've been saying I will retire. Now, soon I think I will. I am tired of training all of the time." (AP Photo)

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Babe Ruth
Babe Ruth gave the onlookers at spring practice for the New York Yankees at St. Petersburg, Fla., an eyeful on March 6, 1934, when he strolled onto the playing field all done up in a brown golfing ensemble. At the left is manager Joe McCarthy. (AP Photo)

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King Ananda Mahidol Piano
Eleven-year-old King Ananda of Thailand was taking a piano lesson at his school in Lausanne, Switzerland March 6, 1935 when he posed for this new photo. He has accepted the throne made vacant by the abdication of his uncle, King Prajadhipok. (AP Photo)

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BABE RUTH + 1

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RUTH JOINS BRAVES
Babe Ruth and Rabbit Maranville, veteran stars of the major leagues shown at the training camp in St. Petersburg, Florida, March 6, 1935, as the Babe makes his debut as a member of the National League Boston Braves. (AP Photo)

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Louis Lumiere
Louis Lumiere, who made his first film in February 25, 1935, shows a new invention of his by which he projected a stereoscopic image on the screen, March 6, 1935. Location unknown. (AP Photo)

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ROBERT GROVE + 1

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RED SOX LEFTY GROVE
Robert "Lefty" Grove, the "Old Man" of the Boston Red Sox hurling staff, gets down to hard work in training camp at Sarasota, Florida, March 6, 1936. (AP Photo)

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WES FERRELL + 1

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REDS SOX FERRELL BROTHERS
The Ferrell brothers battery act, with Wes, left, doing the pitching and Rick the receiving, is ready for a big season with the Boston Red Sox. Here they are in training camp, March 6, 1936, in Sarasota, Florida. (AP Photo)

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D.W. GRIFFITH + 2

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D.W. GRIFFITH AWARD
Director D.W. Griffith, right, is shown speaking to actor Henry B. Walthall at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Awards banquet held in Hollywood, Calif., on March 6, 1936. Griffith is holding the Oscar statuette he received in belated recognition of his contributions to motion pictures. (AP Photo)

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