Category: This Day In History November 01

Categories: This Day In History November

Note: These categories should be applied only to notable persons/events in history.

This Day in History for November 01

Historic Events:

Famous Birthdays:
Margaret Taylor-Burroughs - African-American artist and writer and a co-founder of the DuSable Museum of African American History. She also helped to establish the South Side Community Art Center, whose opening on May 1, 1941 was dedicated by the First Lady of the United States Eleanor Roosevelt. Credited with the founding of Chicago's Lake Meadows Art Fair in the early 1950s. (See Wikipedia)

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Famous Deaths:

Person Profiles (5)

10 Aug 1913 New York City, New York, United States - 01 Nov 1994 photo
24 Nov 1888 Maryville, Missouri - 01 Nov 1955 photo
01 Nov 1815 Danielsville, Madison, Georgia, United States - 16 Jun 1878 photo
01 Nov 1845 Eide, Aust-Adger, Norway - 16 Nov 1926
01 Nov 1915 Saint Rose, St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, United States - 21 Nov 2010 photo

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