Today In History
Today In History
May, 27th 2016
1844: S.F.B. Morse completes 1st telegraph line
1854: Marine Telegraph from Fort Point to SF completed
1896: Bay District Race Track closes
1907: Bubonic Plague breaks out in SF
1919: 1st transatlantic flight ends; US Navy flying boat takes 11 days
1931: 1st full scale wind tunnel for testing airplanes - Langley Field Va
1931: Piccard & Knipfer make 1st flight into stratosphere - by balloon
1933: Walt Disney's "3 Little Pigs" released
1933: Century of Progress Exposition opens in Chicago
1933: Trailing 11-3 - Yanks score 12 runs in 8th & beat White Sox 15-11
1935: Supreme Court declares FDR's Natl Recovery Act unconstitutional
1936: RMS Queen Mary leaves Southampton for NY on maiden voyage
1937: Golden Gate Bridge dedicated
1941: German battleship Bismark sunk by British naval force
1951: Maritime Museum at Aquatic Park - SF opens
1957: Permission granted to Dogers & Giants to leave NY
1968: 6th Mayor's Trophy Game - Mets beat Yanks 4-3
1969: WDW construction begins
1975: Paul McCartney releases "Venus & Mars"
1985: Inaugural Bands Parade for President Reagan
1986: Norway Showcase groundbreaking
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