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1846 Daniel H. Burnham (New York-born Architect, City Planner) Daniel H. Burnham Architecture
1875 Kirby Rollin (Illinois-born Pulitzer Prize Winning Satirist, Political Cartoonist) Kirby Rollins Journalism Political Cartoons Pulitzer Prizes for Editorial Cartooning
1912 Syd Hoff (New York City-born Children's Author, Illustrator) Syd Hoff Primary Children's Author American Artists
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2010 Paul Conrad (Iowa-born Pulitzer Prize-Winning Political Cartoonist) Paul Conrad Journalism Political Cartoons Pulitzer Prize
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1964 In Scotland, Queen Elizabeth II Officially Opens Europe's Longest Suspension Bridge Linking Edinburgh to Perth Scotland Queen Elizabeth II Bridges BBC
1972 At the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Three Masked Men Steal $2M Worth of Jewelry, Figurines and 18 Paintings Montreal, Canada Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Art Crime Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
1985 The First Photographs Are Released of the Wreck of the Titanic The Titanic Photography Historic Firsts BBC

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