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>>  Noted Birthdays on Wednesday, June 3  <<

Jefferson Davis
1761 – Henry Scrapnel, English inventor, shrapnel shell (d.1842)
1808 – Jefferson Davis, born in Kentucky, President of Confederate States of America, 1861 - 1865 (d.1889)
1864 – Ransom Eli Olds, auto, Oldsmobile, and truck, REO, manufacturer (d.1950)
1868 – Aristides Agramonte y Simoni, Camagüey, Cuba, Cuban-American Physician, Pathologist and Bacteriologist (yellow fever) (d.1931)
1879 – Alla Nazimova, Ukrainian-born actress, scriptwriter, producer (d.1945)
1901 – Maurice Evans, Dorchester, England, actor, Maurice – Bewitched (d.1989)
1904 – Charles R. Drew, born in Washington, D. C., American physician, surgeon, pioneer of blood plasma research (d.1950)
1905 – Martin Gottfried Weiss, German, commandant of Dachau concentration camp (d.1946, by execution)
1908 – Adele Dixon, actress, Calling the Tune (d.1992)

Ellen Corby (top)
c. 1974
1911 – Ellen Corby, born in Racine, Wisconsin, actress, Grandma Walton – Waltons (d.1999)
1911 – Paulette Goddard [Marion Levy], born in Whitestone Landing, Queens, New York, actress, Great Dictator (d.1990)
1915 – Iris Meredith, born in Sioux City, Iowa, actress, Son of Davy Crockett (d.1980)
1917 – Leo Gorcey, born in New York City, actor, Mannequin, Road to Zanzibar (d.1969)
1918 – Patrick Cargill, actor, Help, Hammerhead (d.1996)
1924 – Colleen Dewhurst, born in Montreal, Canada, actress, Maggie – Blue and Grey (d.1991)
1925 – Tony Curtis, born in Manhattan, New York, actor, Some Like It Hot, (d.2010)
1926 – Allen Ginsberg, born in Newark, New Jersey, beat poet, Howl (d.1997)
1927 – Boots Randolph, born in Paducah, Kentucky, saxophonist, Yakety Sax (d.2007)

Tony Curtis
c. 2004
1929 – Chuck Barris, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, TV game show producer, host (Gong Show) (d.2017)
1936 – Larry McMurtry, born in Archer City, Texas, scriptwriter, Lonesome Dove, Pulitzer 1986
1939 – Ian Hunter, England, rocker, Mott the Hoople – All the Young Dudes
1942 – Anita Harris, singer, actress, Follow that Camel
1942 – Curtis Mayfield, born in Chicago, rock vocalist, Freddie's Dead, Superfly (d.1999)
1946 – Michael Clarke, born in New York City, rock drummer, Byrds – Turn! Turn! Turn! (d.1993)
1946 – Eddie Holman, born in Norfolk, Virginia, recording artist, rhythm and blues, gospel, pop, soul genres, known for hit 'Hey There Lonely Girl'
1946 – Tristan Rogers, born in Australia, actor, Robert Scorpio – General Hospital
1946 – Penelope Wilton, actress, Cry Freedom, Norman Conquests
1950 – Suzi Quatro, born in Detroit, singer, Stumblin', actress, Happy Days
1950 – Deniece Williams [June Deniece Chandler], Gary, Indiana, singer, Love Wouldn't Let Me Wait
1952 – Billy Powell, keyboards, Lynyrd Skynyrd – That Smell, Freebird (d.2009)
1954 – Dan Hill, rocker, Sometimes When We Touch
1956 – Danny Wilde, born in Maine, musician, rock, pop rock, alternative rock genres, founding member, The Rembrandts and power-pop band, The Quick
1958 – Scott Valentine, actor, Nick – Family Ties, My Demon Lover
1967 – Anderson Cooper, American Journalist
1980 – Johnathan Clayborn, Masters Educational Psychology, Eagle Scout, practicing Irishman

* * * Vet completed May 12, 2018. (Dated, edited, and corrected): Photos sized May 16, 2018
(Conceived Around September 11)

>>  Noted Events On Wednesday, June 3  <<

2020 – 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.

Astronaut Edward White first American spacewalk Gemini 4
2020 – National PTSD Awareness Month, a month dedicated to creating awareness regarding PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
2016 – Muhammad Ali, The Greatest, passed away in Phoenix, AZ. Complications from Parkinson's syndrome diagnosed in 1984, and respiratory issues as told by radio
2014 – President Obama announces his plan for a one billion dollar fund to increase deployment of U.S. troops to Europe
2013 – U.S. extends sanctions against Iran through its automotive industry and currency
2001 – Iraq announces that it will halt crude oil exports in response to the UN's resolution that extends the oil-for-food program by only one month, instead of the normal six month period
1992 – Joan Lunden ordered to pay her ex-husband eighteen thousand dollars a month support [bh]
1991 – Mount Unzen erupts in Japan, worst eruption in Japanese history
1989 – Beginning of the Tiananmen Square Massacre as Chinese troops open fire on pro-democracy supporters in Beijing
1988 – "Big" premieres in U.S.
1980 – Jimmy Carter wins enough delegates for renomination [bh]
1979 – Ixtoc I rig in Gulf of Mexico blows; three million barrels of oil spilled in one of world's worst oil spills
1976 – Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" goes gold
1976 – U.S. presented with oldest known copy of Magna Carta to display during bi-centennial celebrations
1974 – Yitzhak Rabin forms a new Israeli government
1972 – "Hot Rod Lincoln", by Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen hits number nine [1]
1968 – American artist Andy Warhol and two others were shot and wounded at his New York City studio "The Factory" by radical feminist Valerie Solanas
1968 – Canada announces it will replace silver with nickel in coins
1965 – Astronaut Edward H. White II became the first American to walk in space
1964 – Ringo Starr collapses from tonsillitis and pharyngitis
1963 – A Northwest Airlines Flight 293, a DC-7, crashes in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia, killing one hundred and one
1962 – Lee Harvey Oswald arrives by train in Oldenzaal, Netherlands
1961 – JFK and Khrushchev meet in Vienna (dates vary)
1959 – First U.S. Air Force Academy graduation in Colorado Springs, Colorado
1959 – U.S. President Eisenhower routes Canadian premier Diefenbaker a message off the Moon [bh]
1949 – First negro to graduate from U.S. Naval Academy (Wesley Anthony Brown)
1949 – Dragnet is first broadcast on radio (KFI in Los Angeles)
1948 – Korczak Ziolkowski begins sculpture of Crazy Horse near Mount Rushmore
1946 – First bikini bathing suit displayed (Paris) [bh]
1943 – A mob of sixty from the Los Angeles Naval Reserve Armory beat up everyone perceived to be Hispanic, starting the week-long Zoot Suit Riots
1934 – Sir Frederick Banting co-discoverer of insulin, is knighted [1]
1929 – First trade show at Atlantic City Convention Center (electric light)
1925 – Goodyear airship "Pilgrim" makes first flight (first with enclosed cabin)
1924 – Gila Wilderness Area established by U.S. Forest Service
1921 – A sudden cloudburst kills one hundred twenty near Pikes Peak, Colorado
1919 – Supreme Liberty Life Insurance Co. (Chicago) organized by blacks [1]
1918 – U.S. Supreme Court in Hammer v. Dagenhart rules child labor laws unconstitutional
1916 – U.S. National Defense Act establishes Reserve Officers Training Corps
1892 – Liverpool F.C., one of England's most successful football clubs, was founded
1888 – "Casey at the Bat" published (SF Examiner)
1871 – Jesse James and his gang robs Obocock Bank (Corydon, Iowa), of fifteen thousand dollars
1864 – General Robert E. Lee wins his last victory of Civil War in serious fighting at the Battle of Cold Harbor
1860 – Comanche, Iowa, completely destroyed by one of a series of tornadoes
1856 – Cullen Whipple patents screw machine
1833 – Fourth national black convention meets (Philadelphia)
1784 – U.S. army officially established by Congress of the Confederation
1781 – Jack Jouett rides to warn Thomas Jefferson of British attack
1770 – Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo founded in California
1620 – Construction of the oldest stone church in French North America, Notre-Dame-des-Anges, begins at Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
1540 – Hernando de Soto crosses Appalachian Mountains, first European to do so [bh]
1539 – Hernando de Soto claims Florida for Spain [bh]
1098 – After five month siege in First Crusade, the Crusaders seize Antioch (now in modern Turkey)

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