On This Day December 16th
On This Day in history:
1901- "The Tale of Peter Rabbit" by Beatrix Potter is printed for the first time.
1912- The first postage stamp depicting an airplane is issued.
1966- Jimi Hendrix releases his first singel, "Hey Joe."
1972- Paul McCartney's single, "Hi, Hi, Hi," is released.
1977- The film, "Saturday Night Fever" debuted.
1983- The Who officially disbands.
1984- The play, "Diamonds" opens in New York City.
1993- The musical, "The Red Shoes" opens.
1999- Sigourney Weaver receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
2000- George W. Bush selects Colin Powell to be the first African American secretary of state.
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