1912
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Applying for Working Papers in New York City, 1912
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Votes for Women
 
Jane Addams Mother Cabrini Mother Jones
 
 
 
 
Standard Oil
 
In New York, the Giants and Yankees met at the Polo Grounds to play an unscheduled charity game to raise money for the sur...
In 1912, one of baseball's original cathedrals, Boston's Fenway Park,  was built at a cost of $350,000. Inspired by their ...
1912 Olympics Stockholm
In the 1912 Stockhom Olympics, Jim Thorpe was a Record Setting Gold Medalist in both the Pentathlon and Decathlon King Gus...
Thorpe joined the 1913 New York Giants, but had diificulty with Major League curveballs and manager John McGraw.
Jim Thorpe was awarded  ABC's Wide World of Sports Athlete of the Century.  He died a day laborer living in a trailer park...
For the  Field of Dreams  fans… On August 11, 1912, Shoeless Joe Jackson,  then playing for Cleveland Indians,  became onl...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tin Pan Alley
Irving Berlin George Gershwin
 
 
Scott Joplin
 
Pablo Picasso
Isadora Duncan
 
George M. Cohan
Mark Twain
 
 
 
Staten Island Wedding 1912
 
 
 
Nurses’ Graduation Day 1912
First Feature Film Oliver Twist 1912
Sir Thomas Lewis mastered the technology of the electrocardiogram in 1912, a device for recording the activity of the heart
 
 
 
1912 Cadillac
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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US 1912

  1. 5. 1912
  2. 29. Applying for Working Papers in New York City, 1912
  3. 48. Votes for Women
  4. 50. Jane Addams Mother Cabrini Mother Jones
  5. 55. Standard Oil
  6. 57. In New York, the Giants and Yankees met at the Polo Grounds to play an unscheduled charity game to raise money for the survivors of the Titanic (which had sunk three days earlier, April 14 th ). The Giants prevailed 11-2. In 1912, the New York Highlanders changed their name to the Yankees and debuted their famous pinstriped uniforms.
  7. 58. In 1912, one of baseball's original cathedrals, Boston's Fenway Park, was built at a cost of $350,000. Inspired by their new stadium, the Red Sox beat the New York Giants in the 1912 World Series.
  8. 59. 1912 Olympics Stockholm
  9. 60. In the 1912 Stockhom Olympics, Jim Thorpe was a Record Setting Gold Medalist in both the Pentathlon and Decathlon King Gustav V of Sweden said, “ Sir, you are the greatest athlete in the world.” But Thorpe was stripped of his medals because he had once played on a semi-pro baseball team.
  10. 61. Thorpe joined the 1913 New York Giants, but had diificulty with Major League curveballs and manager John McGraw.
  11. 62. Jim Thorpe was awarded ABC's Wide World of Sports Athlete of the Century. He died a day laborer living in a trailer park. His medals were reinstated in 1983, thirty years after his death.
  12. 63. For the Field of Dreams fans… On August 11, 1912, Shoeless Joe Jackson, then playing for Cleveland Indians, became only the second American League player ever to steal home twice in a single game. Jackson first stole home in the first, then went on to steal second, third and home in the seventh. In the 1912 season, he tied Ty Cobb in the total number of hits (226), and led the league in total bases and triples. He had a career batting average of .356
  13. 70. Tin Pan Alley
  14. 71. Irving Berlin George Gershwin
  15. 74. Scott Joplin
  16. 76. Pablo Picasso
  17. 77. Isadora Duncan
  18. 79. George M. Cohan
  19. 80. Mark Twain
  20. 84. Staten Island Wedding 1912
  21. 88. Nurses’ Graduation Day 1912
  22. 89. First Feature Film Oliver Twist 1912
  23. 90. Sir Thomas Lewis mastered the technology of the electrocardiogram in 1912, a device for recording the activity of the heart
  24. 94. 1912 Cadillac

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