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JANUARY 14

1890 Rolla Neil Harger (Kansas-born Biochemist; Inventor of the Alcohol Breath Analyzer) Kansas Scientists & Mathematicians Biochemistry Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center for the Study of Technology and Society
1892 Albert Schweitzer (German Musician, Theologian, Physician; 1952 Nobel Laureate for Peace) Albert Schweitzer Gabon Medicine Religion Classical Music 1952 Nobel Laureate for Peace
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Persons of Historic Significance Who Have Died on This Date
1984 Ray Kroc (Illinois-born Founder of McDonald's) Ray Kroc Businesses and Corporations McDonalds Foods and Nutrition
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1874 The Florida Medical Association Is Founded in the Jacksonville Office of Dr. Abel Seymour Baldwin Jacksonville, Florida Medicine Florida Medical Association Florida Historical Society
1882 Brookline Is Established as the First Country Club in the United States Massachusetts Golf Historic Firsts Brookline Country Club Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
1932 At Agua Caliente in Mexico, Jockey Eddie Arcaro Wins His First Race Mexico Ohio Sports Figures Horse Racing ESPN
1954 Marilyn Monroe Marries Joe DiMaggio Marilyn Monroe Joe DiMaggio History Channel
1973 Miami Dolphins Defeat the Washington Redskins 14-7 in Super Bowl VII to Finish as the NFL's First Undefeated Champion Florida Football NFL Historic Firsts New York Times
1978 A 6.7 Magnitude Earthquake Kills 21 People in Japan Japan Earthquakes Death USGS
2000 5.9 Magnitude Earthquake Kills 7 People, Injures 2,528, Leaves, 92,479 Homeless and Destroys More Than 41,000 Houses in China's Yunnan Province. China Earthquakes Death USGS

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