On this date in 1498, a new product was created in Charlotte, North Carolina that is still used today, although it's been refined since then. And in 1948, U.S. and British pilots began a mission to deliver supplies to help an entire city survive.
On this date in 1893, the World's Columbian Exhibition in Chicago provided the world with a glimpse of something they'd never seen before. And in 1975, a historic concert at Wembley Stadium in London took place.
On this date in 1775, a new Army was created to coordinate the military efforts of the 13 colonies. And in 1922, President Harding had his voice transmitted via radio, changing forever how presidents would be heard .
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.