On This Day October 16
On This Day in history:
1758- Noah Webster, English-language spelling reformer, is born.
1869- A hotel in Boston is the first in the U.S. to install indoor plumbing.
1928- Marvin Pipkin receives a patent for the frosted electric light bulb.
1956- Elvis Presley's film, "Love me Tender" premiers.
1964- China detonates its first atomic bomb and becomes the world's fifth nuclear power.
1967- NATO HQ opens in Brussels.
1976- "Song in the Key of Life" by Stevie Wonder is released.
1989- "The Arms of Orion" by Prince is released.
1995- The "Million Man March" takes place in Washington, D.C.
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