Historical Events In 1922
Monday, 14 October 2019
Aug 08 On this day in history michael Parkin, journalist
Aug 09 In the year 1922 philip Larkin, Coventry England, writer (North Ship, Jill)
Aug 09 On this day in history the birth of Philip Larkin, English poet
Aug 12 On this day in history arthur Griffith, Irish nationalist/president (Sinn Fein), dies
Aug 12 On this day in history dedication of Frederick Douglas' home in Wash DC as national shrine
Aug 14 In the year 1922 1st "old time" musicians broadcasted on radio (Jenkins-WSB Atlanta)
Aug 14 On this day in history alfred CW Harmsworth, 1st viscount Northcliffe/newspaper magnate, dies
Aug 15 In the year 1922 lukas Foss, [Fuchs], Berlin Germany, composer (Prairie)
Aug 16 AT&T radio station WBAY becomes WEAF (NYC) on this day in history.
Aug 16 Louis E Lomax, author on this day in history.
Aug 17 On this day in history paul Wiens, writer
Aug 18 In the year 1922 alain Robbe-Grillet, France, novelist (Voyeur)
Aug 18 The birth of Shelley Winters, American actress on this day in history.
Aug 19 In the year 1922 36th US Womens Tennis: Molla B Mallory beats Helen Wills Moody (63 61)
Aug 19 In the year 1922 douglas MacKenzie Davey, psychometrist
Aug 19 On this day in history felipe Pedrell, composer, dies at 81
Aug 20 1st world championship athletics for women, held in Paris in the year 1922.
Aug 21 On this day in history curly Lambeau & Green Bay Football Club granted NFL franchise
Aug 22 In the year 1922 michael Collins, Irish nationalist leader, killed in ambush
Aug 22 Micheline Presle, Paris, actress (Nea, Donkey Skin) on this day in history.
Aug 23 Brian Young, Chairman (Christian Aid) on this day in history.
Aug 24 On this day in history 1st Phillie to hit for cycle (Cy Williams)
Aug 25 On this day in history cubs beat Phillies 26-23 in highest scoring major-league game
Aug 25 Ronnie Potsdammer, Dutch singer/song writer/programmer on this day in history.
Aug 26 On this day in history japanese cruiser Niitaka leaves in storm at Kamchatka, 300 killed
Aug 26 On this day in history lazar Nikolov, composer
Aug 27 Carl Fuchs, composer, dies at 83 on this day in history.
Aug 27 Paavo Nurmi runs world record 3000m (8:28.6) in the year 1922.
Aug 28 1st Walker Cup: US beats England 8-4 on this day in history.
Aug 28 In the year 1922 joseph-Elzéar Bernier builds Craig Harbour, Canada's most northerly settlement to date at 76 degrees I0' N; on the Canadian Government Arctic Expedition.
Aug 28 Louis PMFG of Orleans, earl of Eu/Brazil, dies at 80 in the year 1922.
Aug 28 The first radio commercial is broadcast. Queensboro Realty receives 10 minutes of air time on New York station WEAF for $100 on this day in history.
Aug 29 On this day in history emile Habibi, writer
Aug 30 In the year 1922 babe Ruth is thrown out of a game for 5th time in 1922