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*[[1852]] - [[Nikolai Gogol]], Russian writer (b. [[1809]]) *[[1852]] - [[Nikolai Gogol]], Russian writer (b. [[1809]])
*[[1916]] - [[Franz Marc]], German artist (b. [[1880]]) *[[1916]] - [[Franz Marc]], German artist (b. [[1880]])
-*[[1922]] - [[Bert Williams]], American entertainer (b. [[1874]]) 
-*[[1925]] - [[Moritz Moszkowski]], Polish/German composer (b. [[1854]]) 
-* 1925 - [[James Ward (psychologist)|James Ward]], English psychologist and philosopher (b. [[1843]]) 
-* 1925 - [[John Montgomery Ward]], American baseball player (b. [[1860]]) 
-*[[1927]] - [[Ira Remsen]] American chemist (b. [[1846]]) 
-*[[1938]] - [[George Foster Peabody]], American politician (b. [[1852]]) 
-* 1938 - [[Jack Taylor (20th century baseball player)|Jack Taylor]], American baseball player (b. [[1874]]) 
-*[[1940]] - [[Hamlin Garland]], American novelist (b. [[1860]]) 
-*[[1941]] - [[Ludwig Quidde]], German pacifist, recipient of the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] (b. [[1858]]) 
-*[[1944]] - [[Louis Buchalter]], Jewish American mobster (b.[[1897]]) (executed) 
-* 1944 - [[Louis Capone]], New York organized crime figure (b. [[1896]]) (executed) 
-* 1944 - [[Emanuel Weiss]], American hitman (b. [[1906]]) (executed) 
-* 1944 - [[Fannie Barrier Williams]], American educator and political activist (b. [[1855]]) 
-*[[1945]] - [[Lucille La Verne]], American actress (d. [[1972]]) 
-* 1945 - [[Mark Sandrich]], American film director, writer and producer (b. [[1900]]) 
-*[[1946]] - [[Bror von Blixen-Finecke]], Danish big-game hunter (b. [[1886]]) 
*[[1948]] - [[Antonin Artaud]], French actor/director (b. [[1896]]) *[[1948]] - [[Antonin Artaud]], French actor/director (b. [[1896]])
-*[[1950]] - [[Adam Rainer]], the only man in recorded human history ever to have been both a dwarf and a giant (b. [[1899]]) 
-*[[1952]] - [[Charles Scott Sherrington]], English scientist, [[Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine|Nobel laureate]] (b. [[1857]]) 
-*[[1954]] - [[Noel Gay]], English composer, (b. [[1898]]) 
-*[[1959]] - [[Maxey Long]], American athlete (b. [[1878]]) 
-*[[1960]] - [[Herbert O'Conor]], 51st Governor of the US State of Maryland (b. [[1896]]) 
-* 1960 - [[Leonard Warren]], American baritone (b. [[1911]]) 
-*[[1962]] - [[George Mogridge]], Major League Baseball pitcher (b. [[1889]]) 
*[[1963]] - [[William Carlos Williams]], American poet (b. [[1883]]) *[[1963]] - [[William Carlos Williams]], American poet (b. [[1883]])
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*[[1967]] - [[Vladan Desnica]], Croatian and Serbian writer (b. [[1905]]) *[[1967]] - [[Vladan Desnica]], Croatian and Serbian writer (b. [[1905]])
* 1967 - [[José Martínez Ruiz]], Spanish poet and writer (b. [[1873]]) * 1967 - [[José Martínez Ruiz]], Spanish poet and writer (b. [[1873]])

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