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Martin LutherJul 16, 1519

Charles IIMar 29, 1673

VoltaireMar 9, 1765

Franz SchubertFeb 28, 1819

Andrew JacksonJul 24, 1824

Samuel MorseJan 11, 1838

Edgar Allan PoeOct 3, 1849

Charles DickensDec 2, 1867

Thomas EdisonMay 20, 1891

John Philip SousaSep 26, 1892

President TaftSep 27, 1909

PicassoFeb 17, 1913

Clyde BarrowApr 1, 1934

John DillingerJun 22, 1934

FDRApr 30, 1939

Elvis PresleyOct 3, 1945

Babe RuthJul 26, 1948

KhrushchevJun 4, 1956

LBJNov 7, 1967

Mike SchmidtJun 10, 1974

Harvey MilkJan 8, 1978

Jimmy CarterOct 13, 1978

George SteinbrennerMay 30, 1983

Hillary RodhamNov 7, 2000

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Public - Historical Events
Date Event
418-03-10

Jews are excluded from public office in the Roman Empire

1226-09-11

The Roman Catholic practice of public adoration of the Blessed Sacrament outside of Mass spreads from monasteries to parishes.

1315-04-30

Enguerrand de Marigny is hanged on the public gallows at Montfaucon.

1491-11-16

An auto de fe, held in the Brasero de la Dehesa outside of Ávila, concludes the case of the Holy Child of La Guardia with the public execution of several Jewish and converso suspects.

1519-07-16

Public debate between Martin Luther & theologist John Eck at Pleissenburg Castle in Liepzig, Luther denies the divine right of the Pope

1520-10-07

1st public burning of books in Netherlands, in Louvain

1562-03-09

Kissing in public banned in Naples (punishable by death)

1599-07-23

Caravaggio's 1st public commission for paintings

1609-12-08

Biblioteca Ambrosiana opens its reading room, the second public library of Europe.

1616-09-15

The first non-aristocratic, free public school in Europe is opened in Frascati, Italy.

1635-04-23

Oldest US public institution, Boston Latin School founded

1667-04-09

1st public art exhibition (Palais-Royale, Paris)

1673-03-29

English King Charles II accepts Test Act: Roman Catholics excluded from public functions

1690-10-23

Revolt in Haarlem after public ban on smoking

1734-06-21

In Montreal in New France (today primarily Quebec), a black slave known by the French name of Marie-Joseph Angélique, having been convicted of the arson that destroyed much of the city, is tortured and hanged by the French authorities in a public ceremony that involved her disgrace and the amputation of a hand.

1742-09-24

Faneuil Hall, Boston, opens to public

1748-06-28

Riot after public execution in Amsterdam, 200+ killed

1765-03-09

After a public campaign by the writer Voltaire, judges in Paris posthumously exonerate Jean Calas of murdering his son. Calas had been tortured and executed in 1762 on the charge, though his son had actually committed suicide.

1773-01-12

1st US public museum established (Charlestown SC)

1776-07-08

Col John Nixon gave 1st public reading of Decaration of Independence (Philadelphia)

1783-06-05

Joseph & Jacques Montgolfier make 1st public balloon flight

1793-05-30

Georges Couthon chosen member of French Committee the Salut Public

1793-06-10

1st public zoo opens in Paris

1794-02-11

1st session of US Senate open to the public

1794-03-28

Louvre opens to the public (although officially opened since August)

1798-07-16

US Public Health Service forms & US Marine Hospital authorized

1803-05-22

1st public library opens (Connecticut)

1803-07-26

The Surrey Iron Railway, arguably the world's first public railway, opens in south London.

1818-10-24

Felix Mendelssohn, 9, performs his first public concert (Berlin)

1819-02-28

1st public performance of a Franz Schubert song, "Schäfers Klageleid"

1824-02-04

J W Goodrich introduces rubber galoshes to public

1824-05-10

The National Gallery in London opens to the public in its temporary home in a townhouse on Pall Mall

1824-07-24

Harrisburg Pennsylvanian newspaper publishes results of 1st public opinion poll. Clear lead for Andrew Jackson

1825-12-27

1st public railway using steam locomotive completed in England between Stockton and Darlington

1833-04-09

1st tax-supported public library (Peterborough, NH)

1833-05-02

Russian Tsar Nicolas I bans public sale of serfs

1838-01-11

1st public demonstration of telegraph message sent using dots & dashes at Speedwell Ironworks, Morristown, New Jersey by Samuel Morse and Alfred Vail

1840-01-05

Records show 95,820 licensed public houses in England on this date

1846-10-15

Dr William Thomas Green Morton 1st public use of ether

1847-03-18

1st Dutch public telegram

1848-04-03

Thomas Douglas becomes 1st SF public teacher

1849-10-03

American author Edgar Allan Poe is found delirious in a gutter in Baltimore, Maryland under mysterious circumstances; it is the last time he is seen in public before his death.

1850-07-14

1st public demonstration of ice made by refrigeration

1852-01-01

1st US public bath opens, in NYC

1852-02-02

1st British public men's toilet opens (Fleet St London)

1852-02-11

1st British public female toilet opens (Bedford Street London)

1861-07-01

1st public schoolhouse opens at Washington & Mason St, SF

1863-10-06

Dr Charles H Sheppard opens 1st public bath, in Brooklyn

1866-05-04

Woodward's Gardens opens to public

1867-12-02

In a New York City theater, British author Charles Dickens gives his first public reading in the United States.

1869-02-23

Louisiana governor signs public accommodations law

1870-10-13

Gustav Mahler (10) gives his 1st public piano concert

1874-04-05

Birkenhead Park, the first civic public park, is opened in Birkenhead, England. Designed by Joseph Paxton

1876-07-04

1st public exhibition of electric light in SF

1877-08-02

SF Public Library opens with 5,000 volumes

1879-12-31

Edison gives 1st public demonstration of his incandescent lamp

1880-07-19

SF Public Library starts lending books

1883-08-17

The first public performance of the Dominican Republic's national anthem, Himno Nacional.

1885-09-29

The first practical public electric tramway in the world is opened in Blackpool, England.

1886-04-29

1st public Dutch electricity opens

1886-07-06

Horlick's of Wisconsin offers 1st malted milk to public

1888-10-09

Washington Monument opens for public admittance

1889-11-18

Oahu Railway begins public service in Hawaii

1891-05-20

History of cinema: The first public display of Thomas Edison's prototype kinetoscope.

1891-08-17

1st public bathhouse with showers opens in NYC (People's Bath)

1892-03-11

1st public basketball game (Springfield, Mass)

1892-09-26

1st public appearance of John Philip Sousa's band (NJ)

1892-10-12

US Pledge of Allegiance first recited in public schools during Columbus Day

1894-04-14

1st public showing of Thomas Edison's kinetoscope (moving pictures)

1896-04-20

1st public film showing in US John Philip Sousa's "El Capitan" premieres in NYC

1896-10-13

First public screening of a motion picture in New Zealand

1896-12-01

1st certified public accountants receive certificates (NY)

1900-12-27

Carrie Nation's 1st public smashing of a bar (Carey Hotel, Wichita KS)

1901-07-25

Emily Hobhouse addresses public meetings in Britain on the concentration camps during the South African War

1902-01-01

Nathan Stubblefield makes 1st public demonstration of radio, Penn

1902-06-17

US Congress pass the New Lands Reclamation Act, which establishes a fund from sale of public lands to build irrigation dams for arid Western lands

1902-08-01

Building begins on Dutch public housing

1902-11-21

The Canadian government appoints a commission to consider revising, classifying, and consolidating the many public statutes passed over the years

1903-01-05

SF-Hawaii telegraph cable opens for public use

1908-01-21

NYC regulation makes it illegal for a woman to smoke in public

1909-09-27

US President Taft sets aside some 3 million acres of oil-rich public land (including Teapot Dome, Wyoming) for conservation purposes

1910-10-23

Blanche Scott became first woman solo a public airplane flight

1911-05-23

NY Public Library building at 5th Avenue dedicated by President Taft

1911-08-08

Public Law 62-5 sets the number of representatives in the United States House of Representatives at 435. The law would come into effect in 1913.

1911-10-04

1st public elevator (London's Earl's Court Metro Station)

1913-02-17

NY Armory Show introduces Picasso, Matisse, Duchamp to US public

1914-08-15

The first large public gathering of Boers in South Africa who do not want to support Britain in a war against Germany; British authorities will try to repress this movement, but discontent spreads

1914-09-07

NY Post Office Building opens to public

1915-05-13

US Secretary of State Bryan sends a note to Germany demanding that Germany disavow the attacks on the Lusitania and make immediate reparations; however, the note is written only to 'pacify exited public opinion', according to Bryan

1916-05-27

President Wilson addresses the League to Enforce Peace, founded in 1915, and gives public support to the idea of a league of nations

1917-02-15

SF Public Library (Main Branch at Civic center) dedicated

1917-03-01

U.S. government releases the plaintext of the Zimmermann Telegram to the public.

1918-08-13

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW) established as a public company in Germany.

1919-02-27

1st public performance of Holst's "Planets"

1919-06-12

Dutch 2nd Chamber accord for equal Christian-public education

1920-12-24

Enrico Caruso gives his last public performance (NYC)

1921-10-17

Belgium's public library law goes into force

1922-03-18

The first public celebration of Bat mitzvah, for the daughter of Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan, is held in New York City.

1923-04-15

1st sound on film public performance shown at Rialto Theater (NYC)

1923-09-29

Steinhart Aquarium in Golden Gate Park opens to public

1924-03-31

London public transport strike ends

1926-01-26

1st public demonstration of television by John Logie Baird in his laboratory in London

1926-08-20

Japan's public broadcasting company, Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai(NHK) is established.

1927-01-05

Judge Landis begins 3-day public hearing on charges that 4 games played between Chicago & Detroit in 1917 had been thrown to White Sox

1930-05-27

The 1,046-foot (319-meter) Chrysler Building in New York City, the tallest man-made structure at the time, opens to the public.

1930-09-08

NYC public schools begin teaching Hebrew

1930-12-25

1st US bobsled run open to public (Lake Placid, NY)

1933-04-07

1st 2 NAZI anti-Jewish laws, bars Jews from legal & public service

1933-05-10

Nazis stage public book burnings in Germany

1933-07-08

Public Works Administration becomes effective

1934-04-01

Clyde Barrow kills two young highway patrolmen, H. D. Murphy and Edward Bryant Wheeler, at the intersection of Route 114 and Dove Road near Grapevine, Texas. Bonnie Parker's role in the murders was greatly exaggerated, but helped turn public perception against the gang for good

1934-06-22

John Dillinger is informally named America's first Public Enemy Number One

1934-07-22

Outside Chicago's Biograph Theatre, "Public Enemy No. 1" John Dillinger is mortally wounded by FBI agents.

1935-05-15

The Moscow Metro is opened to public.

1935-06-11

Inventor Edwin Armstrong gives the first public demonstration of FM broadcasting in the United States, at Alpine, New Jersey.

1936-08-14

Rainey Bethea is hanged in Owensboro, Kentucky in the last public execution in the United States.

1938-02-17

1st public experimental demonstration of Baird color TV (London)

1938-08-21

Italy bars all Jewish teachers in Public & High School

1938-10-31

Great Depression: In an effort to try restore investor confidence, the New York Stock Exchange unveils a fifteen-point program aimed to upgrade protection for the investing public.

1939-04-30

NBC/RCA 1st public TV demo with FDR at opening of NY World's Fair

1939-06-17

Last public guillotining in France. Eugen Weidmann, a convicted murderer, is guillotined in Versailles outside the prison Saint-Pierre.

1941-02-20

Nazis order Polish Jews barred from using public transportation

1943-04-08

U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt, in an attempt to check inflation, freezes wages and prices, prohibits workers from changing jobs unless the war effort would be aided thereby, and bars rate increases to common carriers and public utilities.

1945-10-03

Elvis Presley's 1st public appearance at the age of 10

1947-08-23

US President Truman's daughter, Margaret's 1st public singing concert

1948-03-08

US Supreme Court rules in McCollum v. Board of Education that relgious instruction in public schools is unconstitutional

1948-07-26

"Babe Ruth Story" premieres, Babe Ruth's last public appearance

1950-07-04

Harry Truman signs public law 600 (Puerto Ricans write own constitution)

1952-12-02

1st human birth televised to public (KOA-TV Denver, Colo)

1954-01-07

Georgetown-IBM experiment, the first public demonstration of a machine translation system, is held in New York at the head office of IBM.

1954-07-12

ANC President Albert Luthuli banned by South African Minister of Justice from attending public gatherings and confined to the magisterial district of Lower Tugela, Natal

1954-09-07

Integration begins in Wash DC & Balt MD public schools

1954-09-27

School integration begins in Wash DC & Baltimore Md public schools

1955-11-07

Supreme Court of Baltimore bans segregation in public recreational areas

1956-06-04

Speech by Khrushchev criticising Stalin made public

1956-09-10

Louisville Ky public schools integrates

1957-02-08

SF Public Library's bookmobile initiated in front of City Hall

1958-04-04

The CND Peace Symbol displayed in public for the first time in London.

1959-07-18

African American William 'Bill' Wright is the 1st coloured person to win a major golf tournament (U.S. Amateur Public Links Championships)

1960-08-18

The Beatles give their 1st public performance (Kaiserkeller in Hamburg)

1962-02-26

US Supreme court disallows race separation on public transportation

1962-09-16

Public TV channel 13 begins in NYC

1962-09-17

Justice Dept files 1st suit to end segregation in public schools

1963-04-07

Public stock offering of 115,000 shares in Milwaukee Braves withdrawn after only 13,000 shares are sold to 1,600 new investors

1963-06-17

Supreme Court rules against Bible reading/prayer in public schools

1963-06-18

3,000 blacks boycott Boston public school

1963-09-10

20 black students entered public schools in Alabama

1964-01-14

Jacqueline Kennedy's 1st public appearance (TV) since assassination

1964-02-03

Black & Puerto Rican students boycott NYC public schools

1964-03-09

Supreme Court issues NY Times vs Sullivan decision, public officials must prove malice to claim libel & recover damages

1964-09-15

Beatles play at Public Auditorium in Cleveland

1965-03-18

Rolling Stones fined £5 each for public urination

1966-08-29

Beatles last public concert (Candlestick Park, SF)

1967-03-28

UN Sect General U Thant makes public proposals for peace in Vietnam

1967-11-07

LBJ signs a bill establishing Corporation for Public Broadcasting

1968-07-22

Sir John Newsome recommends public schools should take 50% of their intake from the state school system

1968-10-03

The proposed civil rights march in Derry, Northern Ireland, is banned from the area of the city centre and the Waterside area; the banning order is issued under the Public Order Act by William Craig, then Home Affairs Minister

1968-11-08

Londonderry Corporation agreed to a Nationalist request to introduce a points system in the allocation of public sector housing, North Ireland

1968-11-12

Epperson v. Arkansas in US Supreme Court declares Arkansas law banning teaching evolution in public schools unconstitutional

1969-01-02

"Soviet Sport" calls Emile Zatopek a public enemy

1969-04-21

The Ministry of Defence in London announces that British troops would be used in Northern Ireland to guard key public installations following a series of bombings

1969-12-02

Boeing 747 jumbo jet 1st public preview (Seattle to NYC)

1970-07-23

A ban on parades and public processions until January 1971 is announced by the Stormont government (North Ireland Parliament)

1970-11-12

The Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) is formed; the NIHE gradually took over control of the building and allocation of public sector housing in Northern Ireland

1971-05-03

"All Things Considered" premieres on 112 National Public Radio stations

1971-05-03

National Public Radio begins programming

1972-07-04

The Royal Ulster Constabulary forward a file about the killings on 'Bloody Sunday' (30 January 1972) to the Director of Public Prosecutions for Northern Ireland

1974-06-10

Mike Schmidt hits a ball off public address speaker on Astrodome roof

1975-06-07

Sony introduces the Betamax videocassette recorder for sale to the public.

1975-09-08

Boston begins court-ordered bussing of public schools

1977-06-26

The Yorkshire Ripper kills 16 year old shop assistant Jayne MacDonald in Leeds, changing public perception of the killer as she was the first victim who was not a prostitute.

1978-01-08

Harvey Milk becomes the 1st openly gay person elected to public office in California

1978-07-01

Former Pres Nixon makes 1st public speech since resigning in 1974

1978-07-25

John Lydon forms rock group Public Ltd Image

1978-10-13

US President Jimmy Carter answers callers' questions on National Public Radio

1979-05-24

Billy Martin issues a public apology to Reno sportswriter Ray Hagar

1979-06-08

"The Source," 1st computer public information service, goes on-line

1980-02-02

FBI releases details of Abscam, a sting operation that targeted 31 elected & public officials for bribes for political favors

1982-06-15

Supreme Court rules all children, regardless of citizenship, are entitled to a public education

1982-06-23

Intelligence Identities Protection Act (Public Law 97-200)

1982-07-10

Miguel Vasquez makes 1st public quadruple somersault on trapeze

1982-08-17

The first Compact Discs (CDs) were released to the public in Germany.

1983-05-30

AL Pres Lee MacPhail suspends Yankees owner George Steinbrenner for one week, for his public criticism of umpires

1983-07-25

Washington Public Power Supply System defaulted $2.25 billion

1984-01-19

California Supreme Court rejects quadriplegic Elizabeth Bouvia, who wants to starve herself to death in a public hospital

1984-03-05

Supreme Court (5-4): city may use public money for Nativity scene

1984-03-20

Senate rejects amendment to permit spoken prayer in public schools

1986-03-13

Microsoft has its Initial public offering.

1987-07-07

Lt Col Oliver North began public testimony at Iran-Contra hearing

1987-09-01

Smoking forbidden in public buildings in Belgium

1988-01-13

Supreme Court rules (5-3) public school officials have broad powers to censor school newspapers, plays & other expressive activities

1989-02-22

Fins ministry of Public health installs sex vacation to thwart stress

1989-02-28

Memo by Brian Gumbel criticizing Today Show co-workers becomes public

1989-05-01

135 acre Disney's MGM studio officially opens to public

1990-01-07

Tower of Pisa closed to the public after leaning too far

1990-12-05

Salman Rushdie, author, ordered to death by Iran for blasphemy, appears in public for 1st time in 2 years

1991-09-22

California University makes Dead Sea Scrolls public

1992-05-13

Li Hongzhi gave the first public lecture on Falun Gong in Changchun, People's Republic of China.

1992-06-29

Algerian head of state, Mohamed Boudiaf, is assassinated by military officers during a public speech at the opening of a cultural center in Annaba

1993-08-20

After rounds of secret negotiations in Norway, the Oslo Peace Accords are signed, followed by a public ceremony in Washington, D.C. the following month.

1993-09-13

Public unveiling of the Oslo Accords, an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement initiated by Norway.

1993-11-18

Pearl Jam lead singer Eddie Vedder arrested for public drunkiness

1993-12-31

Barbra Striesand does her 1st live public concert in 20 years

1994-05-10

"Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public" opens at Lunt-Font NYC for 16 per

1994-07-03

The deadliest day in Texas traffic history, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. Forty six people were killed in crashes.

1994-11-14

1st trains for public run in Channel Tunnel under English Channel

1997-02-03

Carl Sagan Public Memorial at Ithaca NY

1997-02-17

Carl Sagan Public Memorial at Pasadena Calif

1997-11-28

First public appearance of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), an ethnic Albanian guerrilla group that fought for the independence of Kosovo from Serbia.

2000-11-07

Hillary Rodham Clinton is elected to the United States Senate, becoming the first former First Lady to win public office in the United States, although actually she still was the First Lady.

2001-05-04

The Milwaukee Art Museum addition, the first Santiago Calatrava-designed structure in the United States, opens to the public.

2001-07-20

The London Stock Exchange goes public.

2002-09-23

The first public version of the web browser Mozilla Firefox ("Phoenix 0.1") is released.

2004-07-16

Millennium Park, considered the first and most ambitious architectural project in the early 21st century for Chicago, is opened to the public by Mayor Richard M. Daley.

2005-07-07

Coordinated terrorist bomb blasts strike London's public transport system during the morning rush hour killing 52 and injuring 700

2005-07-21

Four terrorist bombings, occurring exactly two weeks after the similar July 7 bombings, target London's public transportation system. All four bombs fail to detonate and all four suspected suicide bombers are captured and later convicted and imprisoned for long terms.

2006-03-26

In Scotland the prohibition of smoking in all substantially enclosed public places comes into force.

2006-09-18

Right wing protesters riot the building of the Hungarian Television in Budapest, Hungary, one day after an audio tape was made public, in which Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány admitted he and his party lied during the 2006 general elections.

2007-06-01

Smoking is banned from United Kingdom's public places.

2007-07-01

Smoking in England is banned in all public indoor spaces: with the ban already in force in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, this means it is illegal to smoke in indoor public places anywhere in the UK. Australia implements a similar ban.

2009-07-04

The Statue of Liberty's crown reopens to the public after 8 years, due to security reasons following the World Trade Center attacks.

2010-01-04

The Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention removed HIV infection from its list of communicable diseases of public health significance.

2012-05-29

Facebook's problematic public listing could cost those involved $115 million from technical glitches

2012-09-18

The Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools reach a deal that ends an 8-day strike.

2014-02-27

Chaos erupts after the Swedish Public Employment Service mistakenly invites 61,000 people to a job interview in Stockholm

2015-10-29

'Happy Birthday To You' Now In the Public Domain

2016-01-30

Blac Chyna arrested for public intoxication at Austin airport

2016-02-01

Zika virus constitutes a 'public health emergency,' World Health Organization says

2016-08-13

US declares a Zika public health emergency in Puerto Rico

2016-09-15

European Commission plans free wi-fi in public spaces

2016-12-02

Thailand's new king makes first public appearance

2017-03-08

Chance the Rapper Donates $1 Million to Chicago's Public Schools

2017-10-27

Trump declares opioid crisis a national public health emergency

2017-11-29

Pope preaches forgiveness in first public Mass in Myanmar

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Public - Notable Birthdays

Meriwether LewisAug 18, 1774

Horace MannMay 4, 1796

Walter LippmannSep 23, 1889

George GallupNov 18, 1901

Public - Birthdays
Date Event
1756-06-17

Pierre-Joseph Cambon, French member of Committee of Salut Public

1774-08-18

Meriwether Lewis, Charlottsville VA, solider and public administrator (Lewis & Clark Expedition), (d. 1809)

1795-09-23

Alexander Twilight, minister and politician, first African American to graduate and to hold public office, born Corinth Vermont (d.1857)

1796-05-04

Horace Mann, Franklin Massachusetts, American educator/author/editor (pioneered public schools)

1814-02-09

Samuel Jones Tilden, philanthropist for NY Public Library

1824-03-05

Elisha Harris, US, physician/found American Public Health Assoc

1860-03-11

Thomas Hastings, NYC, architect (NY Public Library)

1873-11-22

John Hughes, Public Enemies

1881-05-24

Elsa Maxwell, Public Deb No. 1

1883-07-04

Harvey F. Thew, The Public Enemy

1889-07-24

Murray Kinnell, The Public Enemy

1889-09-23

Walter Lippmann, New York City New York, American journalist/political writer (Public Opinion)

1889-9-23

Walter Lippmann, Public Broadcast Laboratory

1890-04-13

Frank Murphy, American public servant (d. 1949)

1891-05-14

Grant Clarke, Public Enemies

1891-12-22

Edward L Bernays, Vienna Austria, 1st public relations agent

1893-05-03

Konstantine Gamsakhurdia, Georgian writer and public benefactor (d. 1975)

1894-06-21

Milward Kennedy, British public servant and mystery writer (d. 1968)

1895-01-01

Art Gillham, The Public Enemy

1901-11-18

George Gallup, Jefferson Iowa, public opinion pollster (Gallup Poll)

1904-11-01

Mia Marvin, The Public Enemy

1905-04-25

Hugh Willatt, solicitor/public servant

1905-05-05

Robert Houben, Belgian CVP-minister of Public health (1958)

1907-12-26

Albert Gore Sr., Public Power vs. Private Power

1908-01-01

John Bright, The Public Enemy

1908-12-09

Dorothy Gee, The Public Enemy

1911-03-03

Jean Harlow, The Public Enemy

1911-04-23

Andrée Servilanges, Public Affairs

1912-9-15

Betty Frankiss, The Public Life of Henry the Ninth

1913-02-13

Arthur Carleton Hetherington, public servant

1916-04-17

Irene Silverman, Friday Files: Public Enemy - Mother & Son

1921-10-16

Georges Wilson, Mesrine Part 2: Public Enemy #1

1926-04-06

Olive Kirby, A Menace to the Public

1926-10-05

Clifton Eugene Bancroft Robinson, public servant

1927-9-19

Graham Martin, Public Voices

1928-09-27

G H Martin, British keeper of Public Records

1928-9-10

Michael Nolan, Public Life, Public Confidence

1929-05-11

Margaret Kerry, Public Access

1930-04-12

Patrick Edmund Pery, 6th Earl of Limerick, Irish peer and public servant

1930-09-29

Morag Timbury, director (Central Public Health Laboratory)

1931-06-18

Roger Mollien, Private Fears in Public Places

1933-03-01

Myrlie Evers, politician/commissioner (LA Board of Public works)

1933-04-09

Richard Rose, Professor of Public Policy (Strathclyde University)

1933-07-03

Edward Brandt, American doctor and public health official (d. 2007)

1935-09-16

Bob Kiley, American public transit specialist

1939-04-12

Alan Ayckbourn, Private Fears in Public Places

1939-12-29

Ed Bruce, Public Enemies

1940-08-10

Barbara Mills, QC, British Director of Public Prosecutions

1942-06-21

Togo D. West, Jr., American attorney and public official

1944-06-13

Marilyn Olsen, Public Enemy Number 1

1945-09-29

Sarah Tyacke, Keeper of British Public Records

1946-09-22

Dan Baker, American public address announcer

1946-09-29

Alasdair Fraser, QC/director (Public Prosecutions for N Ireland)

1946-12-04

Lajos Balázsovits, Private Vices, Public Pleasures

1947-10-20

John Kishline, Public Enemies

1948-04-16

Lynne Franks, British public relations consultant

1948-06-01

Tomáš Halík, Czech priest and public intellectual

1948-08-07

Marty Appel, American public relations executive and author

1948-11-05

Bernard-Henri Lévy, French public intellectual

1949-9-20

Sabine Azéma, Private Fears in Public Places

1950-06-21

Gérard Lanvin, Mesrine Part 2: Public Enemy #1

1951-08-15

Ann Biderman, Public Enemies

1952-06-21

Thomas Doherty, Public Enemy Number 1

1955-01-25

Alec Holmes, Public Enemies

1955-05-03

David Hookes, In the Public Interest

1956-01-09

Mike Walczewski, American Public Address Announcer at Madison Square Garden

1956-07-21

Dirk Smith, Public Sex

1959-10-27

Randy Steinmeyer, Public Enemies

1959-11-30

Jeff Still, Public Enemies

1960-08-01

Chuck D, [Chuck Ridenhour], US rapper (Public Enemy)

1960-12-14

James Comey, The Director/The War on Leaks/Public Enemy

1961-08-13

Bryan Burrough, Public Enemies

1961-11-30

Andrzej Krukowski, Public Enemies

1962-08-19

Valerie Kaprisky, Paris France, actress (Breathless, Public Woman)

1962-10-16

Christian Stolte, Public Enemies

1964-05-16

Ron Marquette, Public Access

1964-05-25

Martie Sanders, Public Enemies

1965-9-06

Marc Deschaine, Public Enemies

1966-06-01

John Lister, Public Enemies

1968-02-04

Shane Schoeppner, Public Storage

1969-01-22

Brantley M. Dunaway, Public Enemy

1969-03-25

Christophe Jeauffroy, Private Fears in Public Places

1970-08-13

Philip M. Potempa, Public Enemies

1972-03-04

Gregory Radin, Sgt. Kabukiman Public Service Announcement

1972-07-30

Iris Wong, Private Fears in Public Places

1973-05-06

Françoise Gillard, Private Fears in Public Places

1973-11-13

Wesley Walker, Public Enemies

1973-12-28

Kris Wolff, Public Enemies

1974-11-28

Charlene Moncrief, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies

1975-10-08

Richard Short, Public Enemies

1975-10-20

Cory Brown, The Private Public

1976-01-28

Nicole Abramson, Public Enemy

1978-08-29

Corey Peterson, Public Interest

1979-01-26

Irem Tuncel, Public Behaviours

1979-08-07

Chandler Williams, Public Enemies

1980-02-19

Steevy Boulay, Pour toi, public

1980-02-20

Patricia Aylon, Public Enemy No. 2: Maraming Number Two

1980-06-17

Brandan Dennehy, Public Enemies

1980-07-10

Nick Schifrin, Target: Bin Laden - The Death and Life of Public Enemy Number One

1980-9-12

Christine Ponzi, Teen Lives Ruined... Nude Pics Made Public!

1981-03-16

Kelly Lynch, The Private Public

1982-9-30

Scott Hartman, Public Witness

1984-01-10

Heidi DeVries, Pressing the Public Opinion

1984-12-02

Shira Daniels, Teen Lives Ruined... Nude Pics Made Public!

1985-02-16

Hugo Jeuffrault, Mesrine Part 2: Public Enemy #1

1985-04-18

Kate Heppell, Public Sex

1985-9-27

Doug Heiar, Public Enemies

1986-08-18

Shaun Daley, Public Enemies

1986-10-04

Stella Fox, Public Sex 4

1987-04-05

Fanny Sidney, Mesrine Part 2: Public Enemy #1

1989-11-13

Benjamin Welmond, DIYSECT: Learning in Public

1989-9-01

Ryan Wilson Smith, Public Relations

1990-07-21

Harleigh Upton, The Public Life of Sissy Pike: New Girl in Town

1992-12-24

Ria Rodriguez, Fucking a petite amateur in public

1992-9-09

Ryan Creamer, Alex & Public Domain

1993-04-22

Katerina Kay, Public Interest

1997-07-26

Charlie Quatrefages, Danger Public

2001-11-01

William Nero Jr., Public Enemies

Public - Weddings
Date Event
2007-04-30

"Timbiriche" pop singer Paulina Rubio (35) weds Spanish public relations executive Nicolas "Colate" Vallejo Najera in Cancun, Quintana Roo

2008-03-23

France's former first lady Cecilia Ciganer-Albeniz (50) weds Moroccan-born public relations executive Richard Attias (48) in Manhattan, New York

2009-05-15

Former Bachelorette star Jen Schefft (32) weds Chicago's public relations executive Joe Waterman (35) at the Private Dining Rooms of Spiaggia in Chicago, Illinois

2014-03-15

"Today" show anchor Savannah Guthrie (42) weds public relations Michael Feldman (45) at the Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain Resort in Tucson, Arizona

Public - Notable Deaths

Walter LippmannDec 14, 1974

Harvey MilkNov 27, 1978

George GallupJul 26, 1984

Public - Deaths
Date Event
1820-02-15

Pierre-Joseph Cambon, member of Committee the Salut Public, dies at 63

1868-05-26

Michael Barrett, Irish nationalist, last British public execution

1904-07-23

John Simon, public health pioneer, dies

1907-12-21

Oskar Lassar, German dermatologist (public baths), dies at 58

1931-05-16

Grant Clarke, Public Enemies

1931-10-19

Edward M. McDermott, The Public Enemy

1932-05-14

John Hughes, Public Enemies

1934-07-22

John Dillinger, Dillinger: Public Enemy No. 1

1936-08-14

Rainey Bethea, hanged, last US public execution

1937-06-07

Jean Harlow, The Public Enemy

1938-03-13

Kubec Glasmon, The Public Enemy

1939-02-03

Desmond Carter, Public Enemies

1940-08-30

Errol Taggart, The Public Pays

1941-05-30

Al Roberts, The Public Enemy

1941-11-21

Henrietta Vinton Davis American elocutionist, dramatist, impersonator, public speaker (b. 1860)

1945-09-18

Blind Willie Johnson, Public Enemies

1946-11-06

Harvey F. Thew, The Public Enemy

1953-06-22

Harry Geise, Public Hero #1

1954-08-11

Murray Kinnell, The Public Enemy

1955-11-05

Ruth Weston, The Public Defender

1956-12-20

Ramon Carrillo, Argentine neuroscientist and Public Health minister (b. 1906)

1958-08-09

Reginald R. Hammerstein, Public Wedding

1960-02-29

Melvin Purvis, Dillinger: Public Enemy No. 1

1961-06-06

Art Gillham, The Public Enemy

1963-11-01

Elsa Maxwell, Public Deb No. 1

1974-12-11

Reed Hadley, actor (Racket Squad, Public Defender), dies at 63

1974-12-14

Walter Lippmann, American journalist (Public Opinion), dies at 85

1975-07-17

Konstantine Gamsakhurdia, Georgian writer and public benefactor (b. 1893)

1978-03-25

Leslie Fenton, The Public Enemy

1978-11-27

Harvey Milk, first openly gay person to be elected to public office, assassinated by Dan White at 48

1984-07-26

George Gallup, pioneer of public opinion polls, dies of a heart attack at 82

1989-09-14

John Bright, The Public Enemy

1989-10-08

Edward Woods, The Public Enemy

1991-08-18

Vaughn Shoemaker, US cartoonist (John Q Public, Pulitzer), dies

1992-04-29

Mae Clarke, actress (Public Enemy, Frankenstein), dies at 84

1992-09-27

Mia Marvin, The Public Enemy

1994-09-27

Ron Marquette, Public Access

1995-10-15

Arthur Carleton Hetherington, public servant, dies at 82

1996-03-11

Clifton Eugene Bancroft Robinson, public servant, dies at 70

1996-10-18

Hugh Willatt, solicitor/public servant, dies at 91

1998-07-05

Irene Silverman, Friday Files: Public Enemy - Mother & Son

1998-12-05

Albert Gore Sr., Public Power vs. Private Power

2001-02-16

Dorothy Gee, The Public Enemy

2001-12-02

Andrée Servilanges, Public Affairs

2004-01-19

David Hookes, In the Public Interest

2004-01-21

Graham Martin, Public Voices

2007-01-22

Michael Nolan, Public Life, Public Confidence

2009-08-16

Roger Mollien, Private Fears in Public Places

2010-02-03

Georges Wilson, Mesrine Part 2: Public Enemy #1


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