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Statesman Robert Livingston Statesman Robert Livingston
[1746 - Robert R. Livingston, jurist, statesman, born in New York City]

Historian Charles A. Beard
[1874 - Charles A. Beard, historian, born
in Knightstown, Indiana]

Statesman Chiam Weizman
[1874 - Chaim Weizmann, chemist, Israeli statesman,
born near Pinsk, Russia (now Belarus)]

Pennsylvania Station - interior
Pennsylvania Station - exterior
[1910 - Pennsylvania Station (largest railway station in world) opens to traffic]

Producer David Merrick
[1911 - David Merrick (Margulois), producer, born in St. Louis, Missouri]

Actor Stephen Elliott
[1920 - Stephen Elliott, actor, born in New York City]

Martial Arts Star Bruce Lee
[1940 - Bruce Lee (Lee Jun Fan), martial arts
star, actor, born in San Francisco, California]

Musician Jimi Hendrix
[1942 - Jimi (James Marshall) Hendrix, musician, singer, born in Seattle, Washington]

The Beat Goes On

For the warrior the wars may be over, but the battle for what is left of his or her humanity never ends.

William's Whimsical Words:

And it matters not who won the war.

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