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  1. Michael Jackson, 1958-2009: He Amazed the World With His Music and Dancing (09-7-5)
  2. Ann Morrow Lindbergh, 1906-2001: Pilot, Writer (09-6-28)
  3. Aaron Copland, 1900-1990: He Taught Americans About Themselves Through His Music (09-6-21)
  4. Oppenheimer and Fermi: Two Developers of the First Atomic Bomb (09-6-14)
  5. Eartha Kitt, 1927-2008: Singer, Actress and “Catwoman” (09-6-7)
  6. Hooray for Hollywood (09-5-31)
  7. Douglas MacArthur, 1880-1964: A Most Successful and Unusual Military Leader (09-5-24)
  8. Margaret Bourke-White Helped Create Modern Photojournalism (09-5-17)
  9. Margaret Bourke-White: A Fearless News Photographer (09-5-10)
  10. Charlie Parker,1920-1955: His Music Influenced Jazz During his Lifetime and Even Today (09-5-3)
  11. Katharine Graham, 1917- 2001: She Was the Powerful Owner and Publisher of The Washington Post (09-4-26)
  12. Celia Cruz, 1925-2003: 'The Queen of Salsa' (09-4-19)
  13. Walt Whitman, 1819-1892: He Created a New Kind of Poetry (09-4-12)
  14. Jackie Robinson, 1919-1972: The First Black Player in Modern Major League Baseball (09-4-5)
  15. Kay Yow and Betty Jameson: They Changed the World of Sports for Women (09-3-29)
  16. Red Adair, 1915-2004: He Put Out Dangerous Oil and Natural Gas Fires Around the World (09-3-22)
  17. Doctor Spock, 1903-1998: The World’s Most Famous Baby Doctor (09-3-15)
  18. Rosa Parks, 1913-2005: Mother of the American Civil Rights Movement (09-3-8)
  19. John Lewis, 1920-2001: He Created One of the Most Famous Jazz Groups in America, the Modern Jazz Quartet (09-3-1)
  20. Zora Neale Hurston, 1891-1960: A Storyteller About African-American Life in the South (09-2-22)
  21. George Gershwin, 1898-1937: He Wrote More Than Five Hundred Songs (09-2-15)
  22. George Gershwin, 1898-1937: One of America’s Greatest Composers (09-2-8)
  23. Willis Conover, 1920-1996: He Brought Jazz, “The Music of Freedom,” to the World (09-2-1)
  24. Marian Anderson, 1897-1993: 75,000 People Heard Her Sing at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. (09-1-25)
  25. Marian Anderson, 1897-1993: Her Voice Became Famous Around the World (09-1-18)
  26. Isabella Stewart Gardner, 1840-1924: She Created Art Museum in Her Home (09-1-11)
  27. Susan Sontag, 1933- 2004: One of America’s Most Influential Thinkers of the Twentieth Century (09-1-4)
  28. Remembering Five Interesting Americans (08-12-28)
  29. Jesse Owens, 1913- 1980: He Was Once the Fastest Runner in the World (08-12-21)
  30. Shirley Horn, 1934-2005: One of the Great Jazz Singers of the 1950s and 1960s (08-12-14)
  31. Philo Farnsworth, 1906-1971: The Father of Television (08-12-7)
  32. Henry Loomis, 1919-2008: Director of VOA Had the Idea to Create Special English (08-11-30)
  33. Mae West, 1893-1980: The Wild Woman of Film and Stage (08-11-23)
  34. Marlon Brando, 1924-2004: One of the Greatest Actors of All Time (08-11-16)
  35. Ann Landers, 1918-2002: She Helped Millions of People Deal With Their Problems (08-11-9)
  36. Paul Robeson, 1898-1976: He Traveled the World Singing Songs to Support Peace and Equal Rights for Black Americans (08-11-2)
  37. Paul Robeson,1898-1976: Singer, Actor, and Civil Rights Activist (08-10-26)
  38. Bessie Coleman, 1892-1926: She Dared to Dream and Became the First African American Female Pilot (08-10-19)
  39. Paul Newman, 1925-2008: Actor, Activist and Racecar Driver (08-10-12)
  40. Willa Cather, 1873-1947: She Celebrated Europeans Who Settled in the American Midwest (08-10-5)
  41. Louis Armstrong, 1901-1971: "The Ambassador of American Jazz" (08-9-28)
  42. Eleanor Roosevelt, 1884-1962: She Was the Most Influential Wife of Any American President (08-9-21)
  43. Franklin Roosevelt, 1882-1945: One of the Greatest Presidents in American History (08-9-14)
  44. Jessica Tandy, 1909-1994: She Performed in More than 100 Plays and Movies (08-9-7)
  45. Five Labor Leaders Who Improved Conditions for American Workers (08-8-31)
  46. Alan Shepard, 1923-1998: The First American to Travel into Space (08-8-24)
  47. Bo Diddley, 1928-2008: Remembering One of the Fathers of Rock and Roll (08-8-17)
  48. Dorothy West, 1907-1998: Among the Youngest of the Writers and Artists of New York's Harlem Renaissance (08-8-10)
  49. Martha Graham, 1894-1991: The Mother of Modern Dance (08-8-3)
  50. Thurgood Marshall, 1908-1993: First African American to Serve on the US Supreme Court (08-7-27)
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