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|Margarita Fischer (1886 - 1975)|
Actress. Born in Missouri Valley, Iowa, she began performing in the theatre at age eight and made her screen debut in "There, Little Girl, Don't Cry" (1910). She appeared in over 175 silent films to include "The Baby" (1912), "Closed at Ten" (1914), "The Miracle of Life" (1915), "The Tiger-Lily" (19...
|Clara Stover (1882 - 1975)|
It was in Omaha that a fellow approached Stover with a chocolate-covered ice cream bar idea. Stover produced and sold it for a year. After the first mad surge for the novelty, sales dropped off and the Stovers bailed out with $25,000. This novelty was the Eskimo Pie. The Stover's moved to Denver whe...
|Ima Hogg (1882 - 1975)|
Philanthropist. She was born into a wealthy and politically powerful Texas family. A native of the tiny town of Mineola she developed a love of music at a young age and went on to study music internationally. In 1913 she helped establish the Houston Symphony Orchestra. "Miss Ima" though born into pr...
|Mary Philips (1901 - 1975)|
American stage and screen actress. Married first to actor Humphrey Bogart, then to actor Kenneth MacKenna.
|Pamela Brown (1917 - 1975)|
Actress. Born in Hampstead, England, she was trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and made her first appearance as Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet" at Stratford-on-Avon in 1936. Coming to America, she appeared on Broadway in the 1947 and made her big screen debut in "One of Our Aircraft is Missi...
|Audrey Williams (1923 - 1975)|
Country Singer. She was the first wife of country music icon Hank Williams, Sr. and mother of country singer Hank Williams, Jr. She gained her own fame and popularity, singing on a number of Hank Sr.'s songs.
|Helen Howard (1899 - 1975)|
Wife of Moe Howard of the Three Stooges, they were married for 49 years (1925-1975). She was also an actress.
|Paul Picasso (1921 - 1975)|
Son of Pablo Picasso. Pablo Picasso painted "Paul Picasso as a Child" (oil on canvas) in 1923.
|Francis Hope (1893 - 1975)|
Brother of entertainer Bob Hope. He had a brief career in motion pictures and radio.
|Leonor de Borges (1876 - 1975)|
Mother of famed fantasy writer Jorge Luis Borges, she fundamentally influenced his entire life. When her son became blind, she helped him enormously, being his secretary for many years. She also translated some books into Spanish.
|Jonathan Peck (1944 - 1975)|
Son of Academy Award winning actor Gregory Peck.
|Anna Halsted (1906 - 1975)|
Daughter of US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
|Casper Fleming (1952 - 1975)|
Son of author Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond.