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>>  Noted Birthdays on Tuesday, December 10  <<

Emily Dickinson
c. 1847
1787 – Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, educator, founded the American School for the Deaf (d.1851)
1830 – Emily Dickinson, born in Amherst, Massachusetts, poet, Collected Poems (d.1886)
1851 – Melvil Dewey, librarian, created the Dewey Decimal System (d.1931)
1886 – Victor McLaglen, born in England, actor, Informer, Academy Award-1935 (d.1959)
1889 – Ray Collins, born in Sacramento, California, actor, Homecoming, Good Sam, Rose Marie, Lieutenant Arthur Tragg – Perry Mason. (d.1965)
1890 – George Merritt, born in London, England, actor, I Monster, Q Planes (d.1977)
1896 – Torsten Bergström, Swedish actor, director (d.1948)
1903 – Una Merkel, Covington, Kentucky, actress, 42nd Street, Abraham Lincoln (d.1986)
1906 – Walter Zinn, born in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, Nuclear-Physicist, invented the breeder reactor (d.2000)

Ray Collins
1907 – Amedeo Nazzari, Italian actor (d.1979)
1911 – Chet Huntley, Cardwell, Montana, newscaster, NBC Huntley-Brinkley Report (d.1974)
1913 – Harry Locke, English actor (d.1987)
1914 – Dorothy Lamour, born in New Orleans, Louisiana, actress 'Road to Bali' (d.1996)
1918 – Anne Gwynne [Marguerite Gwynne Trice], Waco, Texas, actress, Ride 'em Cowboy, House of Frankenstein (d.2003)
1923 – Harold Gould, Schenectady, New York, actor, He and She, Martin – Rhoda, Big Bus (d.2010)
1925 – Jean Byron [Imogene Audette Burkhart], actress (d.2006)
1926 – Eddie Jones, "Guitar Slim" rocker (d.1959)
1929 – Barbara Nichols, Mineola, New York, actress, Dear Heart, Disorderly Orderly (d.1976)

Walter Zinn
1928 – John Colicos, Toronto, actor, Count Baltar – Battlestar Galactica (d.2000)
1929 – Dan Blocker [Bobby Dan Davis Blocker], born in DeKalb, Texas, actor, Tiny – Cimarron City, Eric "Hoss" Cartwright – Bonanza (1959-73) (d.1972)
1941 – Fionnula Flanagan, Dublin Ireland, actress, Rich Man Poor Man
1941 – Ken Campbell, English actor, director, screenwriter (d.2008)
1941 – Peter Michael Goetz, actor, Jumping Jack Flash, King Kong Lives
1941 – Peter Sarstedt, Indian-English singer, songwriter, guitarist (d.2017)
1941 – Tommy Kirk, born in Louisville, Kentucky, actor, Old Yeller, The Shaggy Dog, The Swiss Family Robinson
1941 – Tommy Rettig, Jackson Heights, New York, actor, Jeff Miller – Jeff's Collie/Lassie (d.1996)
1941 – Chad Stuart [David Stuart Chadwick], rock vocalist, guitarist, Chad and Jeremy

Chet Huntley
c. 1968
1943 – Theodore Wilson, New York City, actor, Earl the Postman – That's My Mama, Phil Wheeler – Sanford Arms
1944 – Tisha Sterling, born in Hollywood, California, actress, Coogan's Bluff
1945 – George Amon Webster, singer, pianist (d.2013)
1946 – Gloria Loring, New York City, actress, singer, Liz Chandler – Days of our Life
1946 – Walter "Clyde" Orange, Florida, rocker, Commodores – Too Hot to Trot
1946 – Alex Ligertwood, Scottish singer, guitarist
1947 – Douglas Kenney, actor, screenwriter, co-founded National Lampoon (d.1980)
1948 – Jessica Cleaves, born in Los Angeles, California, singer, member, Friends of Distinction, performed with Earth, Wind and Fire (d.2014)
1951 – Johnny Rodriquez, U.S., actor, Nashville Girl, La Bamba Party

Dorothy Lamour
c. 1940s
1952 – Susan Dey, actress, Laurie Partridge – The Partridge Family, Grace Van Owen – L.A. Law
1953 – David E. Jansen, son, brother, cousin, husband, father, grandfather, firefighter, welder, farmer, jack-of-all-trades
1954 – Jack Hues, English singer, songwriter, guitarist
1957 – Michael Clarke Duncan, actor, John Coffey – The Green Mile (d.2012)
1957 – Paul Hardcastle, keyboardist, Don't Waste My Time, Just for Money
1958 – John J York, born in Chicago, Illinois, actor, Malcolm "Mac" Scorpio – General Hospital
1959 – Burke Moses, New York City, actor, Sean Baxter – As the World Turns
1959 – Mark Aguirre, NBA forward, Detroit Pistons, cHOF
1960 – Kenneth Branagh, born in Belfast, actor, director, High Season, Dead Again, Gilderoy Lockhart – Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)

Dan Blocker
c. 1966
1961 – Nia Peeples [Virenia Gwendolyn Peeples], Hollywood, dancer, host, Sydney Cooke – Walker, Texas Ranger
1963 – Ole Amund Gjersvik, Norwegian bassist, composer
1965 – Greg Giraldo, lawyer, comedian, actor, screenwriter (d.2010)
1965 – J Mascis [Joseph Donald Mascis Jr.], singer, songwriter, guitarist
1965 – Stephanie Morgenstern, Swiss-Canadian actress, producer, screenwriter
1969 – Stephen Billington, English actor, Greg Kelly – Coronation Street
1970 – Kevin Sharp, singer, songwriter, Nobody Knows (d.2014)
1972 – Donavon Frankenreiter, surfer, singer, songwriter, guitarist
1972 – Puff Johnson, singer, songwriter (d.2013)
1973 – Arden Myrin, comedian, actress
1974 – Meg White, drummer, The White Stripes
1975 – Emmanuelle Chriqui, Canadian actress, Lorelei Martins – The Mentalist
1978 – Summer Phoenix, actress
1979 – Tora Augestad, Norwegian singer, actor
1983 – Patrick Flueger, actor
1985 – Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman, actress, singer, dancer
1993 – Rachel Trachtenburg, singer, actress

Susan Dey
c. 1970
David E. Jansen
c. 2016
Mark Aguirre
c. 2010
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(All Conceived Around March 19)

>>  Noted Events On Tuesday, December 10  <<

2019 – NOTE: – "Not All Verified": If no hyperlink, event not verified or vetted. [1] Could not corroborate date, may be conflicting data on multiple sites, or exact date could not be verified. Hyperlinks are generally verification of year, month, date, and event. [bh] Brainy History, not vetted elsewhere, take their word for it at this time. Error 403 links corrected when found.

This is Gary Webb, he was found dead in his Carmichael home, with two gunshot wounds to the head, ruled a suicide, retribution for his "Dark Alliance" series? (d.2004)
2018 – Television City has sold to real estate developer Hackman Capital for $750 Million
2014 – James Watson, one of three scientists to co-discover DNA structure, has auctioned off the 1962 Nobel Prize medal he received for the achievement; Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov paid $4.8 million for the medal but then returned it to Watson
2014 – Google Inc. announces that it will be closing down its Google News site in Spain next week, ahead of rules taking effect in January that will force news aggregators to pay each publisher for using its content [bh]
2013 – U.S. automaker General Motors appoints Mary Barra CEO; she becomes the first female to become CEO of an automotive company
2012 – U.S. Governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper, emboldened by the passage of a voter-approved amendment to the state constitution last month, declared marijuana legal for recreational use [bh]
2012 – Norwegian Magnus Carlsen breaks Garry Kasparovs' 13-year Elo rating record
2012 – Japan is again in recession as the GDP figures for the second quarter of 2012 are revised to show a contraction of 0.03% and the third quarter figures fall by a further 0.9%
2012 – HSBC bank settles with U.S. authorities to pay $1.9 billion for drug cartel money laundering
2010 – The U.S. announces it has no clear record of ownership or records of access for over 119,000 private planes [bh]
2004 – Gary Webb, found dead in his Carmichael home with two gunshot wounds to the head. Published in 1998, "Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion" (Video - Gary Webb Interview (1998) - 1:18:57) NOTE: 3 different links
1995 – Worst snowstorm in Buffalo history, 37.9" in 24 hours, Starting December ninth at 7 PM, breaks previous record of 25.3" in 1982 [bh]
1993 – The last shift leaves Wearmouth Colliery in Sunderland. The closure of the 156-year-old pit marks the end of the old County Durham coalfield, which had been in operation since the Middle Ages
1993 – Dow Jones hits record 3740.67
1987 – Nightline is seen in U.S.S.R. for first time [bh]
1984 – First planet outside our solar system discovered
1982 – Heavyweight Michael Doakes KOs Mike Weaver in 1:03 in Las Vegas (Video)
1978 – Starring Christopher Reeve in the title role, Superman, premiered in Washington, D.C. Kennedy Center
1978 – Arab–Israeli conflict: Prime Minister of Israel Menachem Begin and President of Egypt Anwar Sadat are jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
1976 – Wings release triple album "Wings Over America"
1974 – "The Year Without a Santa Claus" premired on ABC, based on Phyllis McGinley's 1956 book
1971 – William H Rehnquist confirmed as Supreme Court justice
1968 – Joe Frazier beats Oscar Bonavena in 15 for heavyweight boxing title (Video)
1968 – Japan's biggest heist, the still-unsolved "300 million yen robbery", occurs in Tokyo
1966 – Nobel for chemistry awarded to Robert S. Mulliken, molecular orbital theory
1964 – Nobel Peace Prize presented to Dr Martin Luther King Jr. in Oslo
1963 – 6-year old Donny Osmond's singing debut on Andy Williams Show
1963 – Frank Sinatra, Jr. returned after being kidnapped
1962 – David Lean's "Lawrence of Arabia" premieres
1961 – Robert Hofstadter and Rudolf Ludwig Mössbauer win the Nobel Prize in Physics for their pioneering studies of electron scattering in atomic nuclei and discoveries concerning the structure of the nucleon
1960 – Willard Libby wins the Nobel prize in Chemistry for his work developing carbon-14 dating (radiocarbon dating)
1955 – Mighty Mouse Playhouse premieres on American television [1]
1953 – KOMO-TV channel 4 in Seattle, Washington (ABC) begins broadcasting
1948 – U.N. General Assembly adopts Universal Declaration of Human Rights
1941 – Japanese troops overrun Guam
1938 – Italian scientist Enrico Fermi receives the Nobel Prize for Physics (work on reduced radioactivity)
1935 – Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to Irène Joliot-Curie (daughter of Marie Curie) and her husband Frédéric Joliot-Curie for the discovery of artificial radioactivity
1927 – The phrase "Grand Ole Opry" is used for the first time on-air
1926 – Second part of Hitler's Mein Kampf published [1]
1922 – Nobel awarded to Fridtjof Nansen, and Niels Bohr
1915 – 1,000,000th model T Ford assembled [bh]
1906 – President Theodore Roosevelt (first American) awarded Nobel Peace Prize
1903 – ½ Nobel for physics awarded to Pierre and Marie Curie
1901 – The first Nobel Prizes are awarded
1899 – Delta Sigma Phi (ΔΣΦ) fraternity is founded at the City College of New York
1898 – The Spanish–American War ended with the signing of the Treaty of Paris, with Spain recognizing the independence of Cuba; and ceding Guam, the Philippines, and Puerto Rico to the United States
1884 – Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is first published in the UK and Canada (U.S. Feb 1885, due to printing error)
1869 – The Kappa Sigma (ΚΣ) fraternity is founded at the University of Virginia
1869 – Women suffrage (right to vote) granted in Wyoming Territory (U.S. first)
1817 – Mississippi becomes the 20th U.S. state
1684 – Isaac Newton's derivation of Kepler's laws from his theory of gravity, contained in the paper De motu corporum in gyrum, is read to the Royal Society by Edmond Halley
1520 – Martin Luther burns his copy of the papal bull Exsurge Domine outside Wittenberg's Elster Gate
1510 – Muslim ruler of Goa, Yusuf Adil Shah and his Ottoman allies surrender to Portuguese forces led by Afonso de Albuquerque who puts the Muslim population to the sword

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