Historical Events In April - 03
Monday, 25 January 2021
1889 Savings Bank of the Order of True Reformers opens in Richmond VA on April - 03.
1889 On April - 03 savings Bank of Order of True Reformers opens in Richmond, Va
1889 Grigoras Dinicu, composer on April - 03.
1893 On April - 03 1st New South Wales vs Queensland F-C game, at Brisbane Exhibition Ground
1893 The birth of Leslie Howard, American actor on April - 03.
1893 On April - 03 1st NSW v Queensland F-C game, at Brisbane Exhibition Ground
1893 On this day in history leslie Howard, [Stainer], London, actor (Gone With the Wind)
1894 Dooley Wilson, Tyler Tx, actor (Bill-Beulah, Casablanca) on this day in history.
1895 On April - 03 bjarne Brustad, composer
1896 Douwe Kalma, Dutch literary/leader (Young Frisian Movement) on this day in history.
1897 On April - 03 johannes Brahms, German composer/conductor (Hung Dances), dies at 63
1898 In the Yukon at Chilkoot Pass avalanche kills 88 men during the Klondike gold rush on April - 03.
1898 The birth of Henry Luce, American publisher (founder of Time magazine) on April - 03.
1898 George Jessel, toastmaster general/entertainer (Diary of Young Comic) on this day in history.
1899 Cees Lasseur, Dutch actor/owner (Hague Comedy) on April - 03.
1900 Camille Chamoun, president of Lebanon on April - 03.
1901 Richard D'Oyly Carte, promotor (Gilbert & Sullivan operas), dies on April - 03.
1902 Henri Garat, Paris France, actor (Congress Dances) on this day in history.
1903 Peter Huchel, writer on this day in history.
1904 On April - 03 iron Eyes Cody, Tulsa OK, actor (Black Gold, Ernest Goes to Camp)
1905 M Wolf discovers asteroid #562 Salome on April - 03.
1906 On April - 03 kathleen Tillotson, Emeritus Professor of English (Bedford College)
1907 On April - 03 isaac Deutscher, Polish/English historian (Stalin/Trotsky biography)
1908 On this day in history frank Gotch wins world heavyweight wrestling championship in 2 hours
1908 Frank Gotch wins world heavyweight wrestling championship in 2 hrs on this day in history.
1909 On this day in history benjamin Johnson Lang, composer, dies at 71
1910 Highest mountain in North America, Alaska's Mount McKinley climbed on this day in history.
1910 On April - 03 highest mountain in North America, Alaska's Mt McKinley climbed
1911 On April - 03 harry James Smith' "Mrs Bumsted-Leigh", premieres in NYC
1911 On April - 03 harry James Smith' "Mrs Bumsted-Leigh," premieres in NYC
1911 Harold Watkins Shaw, musicologist on April - 03.
1912 Addeke H Boerma, Dutch dir-gen (FAO) on this day in history.
1913 British suffragette Emily Pankhurst sentenced to 3 years in jail on April - 03.
1913 On April - 03 f H Tate, vice-CEO (Tate & Lyle)