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March 25 Birthdays

Gutzon Borglum
(John Gutzon de la Mothe Borglum), 1867–1941, American sculptor, b. Idaho; son of a Danish physician and rancher.

Arturo Toscanini
conductor (1867)

Bela Bartok
composer (1881)

Howard Cosell
sports commentator (1920)

Simone Signoret
actress (1921)

Flannery O'Connor
author (1925)

Gloria Steinem
journalist and feminist (1934)

Aretha Franklin
soul singer (1942)

Elton John
musician, singer, songwriter (1947)

Sarah Jessica Parker
actress (1965)

March 25 in History


Maryland was founded by settlers sent by the late Lord Baltimore.


Jacob Sechler Coxey and his "army" of unemployed men began their march from Ohio to Washington, DC.


A fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Co. in New York City killed 145 workers.


The Scottsboro boys were arrested in Alabama.


Horton Smith won the first Masters golf tournament at Augusta National in Georgia.


The European Economic Community was established by the Treaty of Rome.


The 25,000-person Alabama Freedom March to protest the denial of voting rights to blacks, led by Martin Luther King Jr., ended its journey from Selma on the steps of the State Capitol in Montgomery, Ala.


King Faisal of Saudi Arabia was shot and killed by his nephew.


U.S. troops withdrew from Somalia.

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