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*[[Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec]] (1864 - 1901) *[[Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec]] (1864 - 1901)
*[[Richard Strauss]] (1864 - 1949) *[[Richard Strauss]] (1864 - 1949)
 +==Births==
 +{{Year in other calendars}}
 +===January - June===
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 +*[[January 1]] - [[Alfred Stieglitz]], American photographer (d. [[1946]])
 +*January 1 - [[Qi Baishi]], Chinese painter (d. [[1957]])
 +*[[January 8]] - [[Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence]] (d. [[1892]])
 +*[[January 13]] - [[Wilhelm Wien]], German physicist, [[Nobel Prize]] laureate (d. [[1928]])
 +*[[January 24]] - [[Marguerite Durand]], French actress, journalist, and feminist leader (d. [[1936]])
 +*[[February 7]] - [[Arthur Collins]], American Singer who recorded many early songs.(d. [[1933]])
 +*[[March 4]] - [[David W. Taylor]], U.S. Navy architect (d. [[1940]])
 +*[[March 12]] - [[William Halse Rivers Rivers]], English doctor (d. [[1922]])
 +*[[March 13]] - [[Alexej von Jawlensky]], Russian expressionist painter (d. [[1941]])
 +*[[March 14]] - [[Casey Jones]], American railway engineer (d. [[1900]])
 +*[[March 15]] - [[Johan Halvorsen]], Norwegian composer (d. [[1935]])
 +*[[March 19]] - [[Charles Marion Russell]], American artist (d. [[1926]])
 +*[[April 21]] - [[Max Weber]], German sociologist (d. [[1920]])
 +*[[May 4]] - [[Marie Booth]], the third daughter of [[William Booth|William]] and [[Catherine Booth]] (d. [[1937]])
 +*[[May 10]] - [[Léon Gaumont]], French film pioneer (d. [[1946]])
 +*[[May 15]] - [[Vilhelm Hammershøi]], Danish painter (d. [[1916]])
 +*[[June 3]] - [[Ransom E. Olds]], automotive pioneer (d. [[1950]])
 +*[[June 11]] - [[Richard Strauss]], German composer (d. [[1949]])
 +*[[June 13]] - [[Dwight B. Waldo]], American educator and historian (d. [[1939]])
 +*[[June 25]] - [[Walther Nernst]], German chemist, [[Nobel Prize in Chemistry|Nobel Prize]] laureate (d. [[1941]])
 +
 +===July - December=== <!-- BIRTHS -->
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 +*[[July 11]] - [[Petar Danov]], Bulgarian spiritual teacher (d. [[1944]])
 +*[[July 13]] - [[John Jacob Astor IV]], American businessman and inventor (d. [[1912]])
 +*[[July 20]] - [[Erik Axel Karlfeldt]], Swedish writer, [[Nobel Prize in Literature|Nobel Prize]] laureate (d. [[1931]])
 +*[[August 9]] - [[Roman Dmowski]], Polish politician (d. [[1939]])
 +*[[September 14]] - [[Robert Cecil, 1st Viscount Cecil of Chelwood]], English politician and diplomat, recipient of the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] (d. [[1958]])
 +*[[October 10]] - [[T. Frank Appleby]], United States Congressman from New Jersey (d. [[1924]])
 +*[[October 25]] - [[Alexander Gretchaninov]], Russian composer (d. [[1956]])
 +*[[October 31]] - [[Cosmo Lang]], [[Archbishop of Canterbury]] (d. [[1945]])
 +*[[November 11]] - [[Alfred Hermann Fried]], Austrian writer and pacifist, recipient of the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] (d. [[1921]])
 +*[[November 13]] - Bishop [[James Cannon Jr]], American religious and [[temperance movement]] leader (d. [[1944]])
 +*[[November 23]] - [[Henry Bourne Joy]], American business leader (d. [[1936]])
 +*[[November 24]] - [[Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec]], French painter (d. [[1901]])
 +*[[November 26]] - [[Edward Higgins]], the 3rd General of [[The Salvation Army]] (d. [[1947]])
 +*[[December 6]] - [[William S. Hart]], American film actor (d. [[1946]])
 +*[[December 12]] - [[Paul Elmer More]], American critic and essayist (d. [[1937]])
 +
 +
 +: ''See also [[:Category: 1864 births]].''
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==Deaths == ==Deaths ==
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At the Theater (The Melodrama) (c. 1860-64) - Honoré Daumier
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At the Theater (The Melodrama) (c. 1860-64) - Honoré Daumier
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This Year, Venuses Again... Always Venuses! (1864) - Honoré Daumier

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