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1991 Gulf War US Troops
Friends and family of members of 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) troops wave flags to the soldiers as they arrived back at Ft. Campbell, Ky., Saturday, March 9, 1991. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)

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ULYSSES GRANT

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GEN. ULYSSES GRANT
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant poses in Washington, D.C., on March 9, 1864. Grant led the Union Army to victory during the American Civil War, and accepted the Confederate surrender at Appomattox Court House in 1865. He was made full general in 1866, and served two terms as U.S. President from 1868 to 1877. (AP Photo/Mathew Brady)

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J. STERLING + 4

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OPIUM HAUL
Smoking opium valued at $25,000 was seized on ship in Brooklyn, New York by members of the Surveyors' Searching Squad of N.Y., March 9, 1925. The dope was hidden in a coal bunker. Photo shows members of Searching Squad of the Port of N.Y. who made the haul: J. Sterling, D. King, E. Fitzsimmons, J.F. Eagan, and J.J. Kilduff. (AP Photo)

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U.S. MEXICO BORDER CALIFORNIA
This view shows the U.S. border station between Calexico, Calif., and Mexicali, Mexico, on March 9, 1929. Motor cars are waiting in line at the immigration office. Mexicali is a military concentration point for loyal Mexican troops under Baja California Governor Abelardo Rodriguez. (AP Photo)

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Mexican Revolution 1929
Tijuana, Baja California Federal Mexican garrison officers are shown, March 9, 1929. From left to righ: Lt. Petronilo Pool; Lt. Ruben Osung; Col. Alejandro Gonzalez, commander of Tijuana garrison; Lt. Gabriel Cuevas, 2nd Lt. Apolonia Rosas. Part of the troops of the only loyal Mexican state in the northwestern section. They are expected to become engaged daily with the rebels in the adjoining revolutionary state of Sonora. (AP Photo)

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Mexico Revolt Transportation Railroad
Heavily armored and with machine guns mounted in turrets, these armored cars are used on passenger and troops trains operating in Mexican territory March 9, 1929. (AP Photo)

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War Veteran at Foch Memorial
Madame Foch with hands clasped, and General Maxime Weygand talking to a wounded war veteran in wheel chair during the ceremony to unveil a marble tablet at the former home of the late Marshal Ferdinand Foch near Paris on Feb. 2, 1930. Foch lived here when he was general from March 9, 1893 to October 1895 at Vincennes, near Paris. (AP Photo)

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Charles Lindbergh Kidnap case
Jersey City police and New Jersey state troopers searching the woods near Zion, New Jersey on March 9, 1932, in an effort to find some clue as to the where about of the Lindbergh baby kidnapped on March 1 from his home. (AP Photo)

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Charles Lindbergh Kidnap case
Combing an area 25 miles square in the Sourland Mountains of New Jersey for the kidnapped Lindbergh baby, state troopers are shown peering down a well decide a farm house in Zion, on March 9, 1932 a village in the district. The country lies immediately back of the Hopewell, N.J., home of Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh, from where the 20-month-old Charles Jr., was stolen on the night of March 1, 1932. Left to right are detective Leon of the New Jersey state police; state trooper H. Cain, detective Robert Coar of Jersey City, N.J. (AP Photo)

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FDR Signs Banking Bill 1933
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Emergency Banking Act into law, March 9, 1933. The Act allows only Federal Reserve-approved banks to operate in the United States of America. (AP Photo)

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Bank Crisis
People line up before windows at the Irving Trust Company to deposit currency and checks in New York on March 9, 1933. (AP Photo)

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Congress Convenes Over Banking Crisis 1933
The special session of Congress that Pres. Franklin Roosevelt called to deal with the banking crisis gets underway, March 9, 1933. The House of Representatives is called to order and the membership is shown bowed in prayer before beginning. (AP Photo)

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Eleanor Roosevelt
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt sat in the presidential box of the House gallery as Congress met on March 9, 1933 for the extraordinary session assembled to pass President Franklin D. Roosevelt's emergency bank legislation. In her hands were fast flying knitting needles. From left to right, are Mrs. Roosevelt, Mrs. Mary Baker, daughter of Louis Howe, Secretary to the President, (also knitting), and Miss Nancy Cook, of the Val-Kil Furniture Shop which is one of Mrs. Roosevelt’s enterprises. In the second row is Mrs. Roosevelt's son, James, leaning over to speak to her. (AP Photo)

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Babe Ruth
Manager Joe McCarthy, of the New York Yankees, shakes the hand of George Herman Ruth. Baseball's biggest figure, Babe Ruth, came out to practice for the first time, March 9, 1933 at St. Petersburg, Fla. (AP Photo)

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SEALS MAILS O'DOUL
Walter "The Great" Mails, right, southpaw pitcher of the San Francisco Seals, gets instructions from his new manager, Frank "Lefty" O'Doul, on March 9, 1935. O'Doul was recently released by the New York Giants to become pilot of the Pacific Coast League Club. (AP Photo)

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Organized Crime
That was the way “Dutch Schultz”, right, former New York beer overlord, described his reaction to reporters linking him to rackets. He is as he appeared voluntarily in Troy, New York, March 9, 1935 with his attorney, James M. Noonan, left, to answer questions of district attorney Charles J. Ranney who is probing the “ride” murder of Jules Martin. (AP Photo)

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Hope Diamond Owner
Evalyn Walsh McLean, wearing the Hope Diamond, is shown in the book department of a local department store as she autographed copies of her autobiography "Father Struck It Rich", in Washington, March 9, 1936. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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BABE RUTH + 4

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RUTH REFEREES FOUR BALL TOURNEY
Babe Ruth, far right, acts as referee in the International Four Ball Tournament on opening day in Miami, Fla., March 9, 1936. Walter Hagen, left, and Johnny Farrell, second from left, lost their opening match to Willie MacFarlane, third from left, and Willie Kline, putting. (AP Photo)

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WPA WORKERS 1936
Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers build a new farm-to-market road along Knob Creek in Tennessee, March 9, 1936. The road will connect Muscle Shoals Highway with Memphis Highway. (AP Photo)

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Germany Rhineland Occupied
Heavy German artillery arrive in Cologne, Germany, March 9, 1936, after Germany reoccupied the demilitarized zone of the Rhineland. (AP Photo)

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Germany Rhineland Occupation
Storm Troopers of the occupying Rhineland Army wait fot the start of the ceremony in the Hindenburg Park, Cologne, March 9, 1936. German troops are occupying the demilitarized Rhineland. (AP Photo/Staff/Puttnam)

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George Bernard Shaw

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George Bernard Shaw
Cautiously, George Bernard Shaw, the Irish playwright, peers over the edge of the Grand Canyon at Lipan Point, on the south rim in Grand Canyon, Arizona on March 9, 1936. He is on a world tour. (AP Photo)

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O'CONNEL ST. LIMERICK
A March 9, 1937 photo of O'Connel Street, Limerick, Ireland. (AP Photo)

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Cambodia: Angkor Wat
Ancient stone monument at Angkor Thom in Cambodia on March 9, 1937. (AP Photo)

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