Today in History – January 16 — Library of Congress
Today in History – January 16
On January 16, 1896, Henry F. Kallenberg, an instructor of physical education at the University of Iowa, welcomed Amos Alonzo Stagg, athletic director at the recently founded University of Chicago, to Iowa City for an experimental game in a new sport. Continue reading.
Carol Channing debuted in Hello Dolly! on January 16, 1964 to rave reviews from theater critic Walter Kerr, who declared “She is glorious.” Continue reading.
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