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Today In History: November 4

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WALTER CRONKITE
Walter Cronkite, on his 64th birthday, anchors his last CBS election night special while broadcasting in New York City on Tuesday, Nov. 4, 1980. (AP Photo)

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Treasures Of King Tut 1922
This is a close up view of the tomb of the King Tutankhamun, who ruled Egypt from 1358 to 1350 B.C.E., seen Dec. 20, 1922, in Luxor, Egypt. (AP Photo)

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King Tuts Tomb 1923
Workmen remove an object from the tomb of King Tut in the Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt, Feb. 1923. (AP Photo)

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Tomb of King Tut 1923
Some of the treasures inside the tomb of King Tut are seen at Luxor, Egypt, 1923. (AP Photo)

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PRESIDENT COOLIDGE FIRST LADY
U.S. President Calvin Coolidge and first lady Grace Coolidge are shown with their dog at the White House portico in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 5, 1924. (AP Photo)

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Eamon de Valera
Eamon de Valera, the fighter for Irish independence, leaving the barracks at Newry under arrest, Ireland on Nov. 4, 1924. (AP Photo)

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BABE RUTH
Being a father is great stuff, says Babe Ruth. Here the home run king is in his New York City apartment, November 4, 1930 reading to Dorothy, 9, Left and Julia, 14, his two new legally adopted children. Between fixing dolls and reading to them the funny papers, the Babe sees his time well occupied until next spring. (AP Photo)

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Germany Adolf Hitler Troop Review
Adolf Hitler salutes as he reviews his troops at Oldenburg, Germany where crowds of supporters gathered Nov 4, 1930. (AP Photo)

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Bulgaria Sofia King Boris and Princess Giovanna Wed
King Boris III of Bulgaria, known as the Unifier and Tsar of Bulgaria and Princess Giovanna of Italy after they had a second marriage ceremony at the Cathedral of St. Alexandre Nevski in Sofia, Bulgaria, around Nov. 4, 1930. L-R: Princess Eudoxie, Sister of Boris; Prince Kiril, brother of Boris; King Boris and his bride after the ceremony. (AP Photo)

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England London Baron Von Neurath
Konstantin von Neurath the new German Ambassador walking in London, England with his wife, Nov. 4, 1930. (AP Photo)

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FDR Speaks At BAM 1932
Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York addresses the crowd that jammed the Brooklyn Academy of Music in the Brooklyn borough of New York, Nov. 4, 1932, as former Gov. Alfred E. Smith, left, looks on. The two New York leaders received a four-minute ovation when they walked arm in arm on the stage of the academy. (AP Photo)

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Al Smith Speaks At BAM Rally 1932
Former Gov. Al Smith speaks at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in the Brooklyn borough of New York, Nov. 4, 1932, in which he attacked Republican policies and made a strong plea for the election of Herbert H. Lehman, candidate for governor. (AP Photo)

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Germany reichstag Fire Trial
German Interior Minister General Hermann Goering, left, arrives at court in Berlin, Nov. 4, 1933, during the Reichstag Fire trial. Goering is to give evidence in the trial. (AP Photo)

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New Orleans 1934
Burial customs in New Orleans, Louisiana differ from those elsewhere in the United States. The city is below the level of the Mississippi River, and the ground is too damp. Thus, vaults, such as these shown Nov. 4, 1934, provide a burial place. The flowers were placed there on All Saints Day, November 1, 1934. (AP Photo)

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Berlin Hitler Naval Youth
Members of the Hitler Naval Youth march past the Unknown Soldiers Monument in Berlin, Germany, on Nov. 4, 1934, in memory of the crew of the German cruiser Karlsruhe. (AP Photo)

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Mary Pickford Reporters
Mary Pickford, talking with reporters when she arrived in New York, Nov. 4, 1934. (AP Photo)

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William Howard Taft widow 1935
Helen Taft, making her first visit to the new $11,000,000 Supreme Court Building Nov. 4, 1935 in Washington, Mrs. William Howard Taft, widow of the former President and Chief Justice, is shown during an inspection of the library. (AP Photo)

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FDR Reelected
President Franklin D. Roosevelt returned to the White House in a sweep that brought him victory in 46 states shown in the study of his home as he smiles over messages of congratulations in Hyde Park, New York, Nov. 4, 1936. (AP Photo)

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Newborn ID
A new system for prevention of baby mix-ups uses a palm print technique of identification developed by Dr. Gilbert P. Pond of West Suburban Hospital of Chicago, Ill. Here, Dr. Pond washes the hand of an infant before palm testing in Chicago, Nov. 4, 1936. (AP Photo)

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France King George II of Greece
The King of Greece, who is coming to London at the end of the week, shakes hands with General Goureaud, left, at a Paris ceremony, on Nov. 4, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Franklin D Roosevelt
President Franklin Roosevelt is shown making his radio speech the night of Nov. 4, 1938 from his Hyde Park, N.Y., home, urging the voters of the New York state to re-elect governor Herbert H. Lehman, Democratic nominee. (AP Photo)

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USA NY Leni Riefenstahl
German actress and film director Leni Riefenstahl wearing furs and orchids as she arrived in New York, USA on board the Europa ocean liner for a vacation trip to America on Nov. 4, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Siegfried Line 1938
Soldiers at work, fixing barbed wire fences in Germany on Nov. 4, 1938. (AP Photo)

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FDR Signs Neutrality Bill
President Franklin Roosevelt signs the neutrality bill at the White House, Nov. 4, 1939, making a law which opens American markets to belligerent cash-and-carry purchasers. The chief executive signed the bill before a gathering of congressional leaders and cabinet members - including Cordell Hull, Secretary of State. Only Roosevelt is shown in image. (AP Photo)

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