Facts & Historical Events On This Day
US Democrat Senator Bernie Sanders announced his second attempt to run for President.
The website Tumblr was launched by its founder David Karp.
The USSR launched the Mir core module, the first module of the new space station.
A British company sent a 1,000-pound shipment of The Beatles wigs to the USA.
The iconic book 'The Feminine Mystique' was published by Betty Friedan.
American poet Ezra Pound won the first annual Bollingen Prize for his poetry.
Nazi Cabinet minister Hermann Göring banned all Catholic newspapers.
Frugal parents mailed their four-year-old child 73 miles from their home to the child's grandparents.
An Irish cook in New York, US, infected 53 people with typhoid.
Kellogg's Foods was founded in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.
Alcohol was prohibited in Kansas.
Thomas Edison received a patent for his new invention, the phonograph.
Captain William Smith discovered Williams Point at the far northeast of Livingston in the South Shetlands.
Opera 'Alexander's Feast' by George Frideric Handel premiered in London.