On this date in 1741, Benjamin Franklin was back at it again, inventing a new product for homes. And in 1895, a man by the name of Charles Gruyere received a patent that would forever change how cars would be powered.
On this date in 1924, a first radio broadcast of this event occurred in Cleveland, Ohio. Meanwhile in Akron, it was on this date in 1935 that a New York broker's addiction spawned the birth of a new group to help others.
On this date in 1965 a new food introduced fast became a favorite in homes across the United States. And in 1985, a guard from the Chicago Bulls won what would be the first of many awards throughout his incredible career.
On this date in 1899 a new invention by John Albert Burr helped make an outside chore a lot easier. And in 1887, Queen Victoria and her subjects got a first-hand look at a new show that gained national attention.