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Today in History

September 15

Events:

1857   The typesetting machine is patented by Timothy Alder.

1928   Sir Alexander Fleming observes mold growing in his lab is killing bacteria. This will later become known as penicillin.

1949   The television series The Lone Ranger airs its first episode.

1959   Nikita Khrushchev is first Soviet leader to visit the United States.

Famous Birthdays:

1857   William H. Taft (27th US President)

1890   Agatha Christie (Mystery writer)

1946   Oliver Stone (Director)

1946   Tommy Lee Jones (Actor)

1961   Dan Marino (NFL Quarterback)

1984   Prince Harry of Wales (Prince)

Today in History Archive:

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