Monday 16 February 1903
It was Monday, under the sign of Aquarius. The US president was Theodore Roosevelt (Republican).
Famous people born on this day include Edgar Bergen and Beniamino Segre.
Robinson Crusoe, directed by Georges Méliès, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1903
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What the sky looked like on 16 February 1903
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- Saint Juliana
- Saint Lucilla
- Remembrance of Lambertus
- Saint Jeremias
- Saints Daniel, Samuel and Elias
- Kyoto Protocol Day (2005)
- Lithuania - Independence Day (1918)
- Edgar Bergen: American ventriloquist who studied a 25-cent books on ventriloquism while in high school, and then paid a carpenter $35 to carve the head of his first dummy, Charlie McCarthy.
- Georges-Henri Levesque: Quebec priest and sociologist (d. 2000).
- Beniamino Segre: Italy Scientist.
- André Berthomieu: French director and screenwriter (d. 1960).
- Georges-Henri Lévesque: Canadian priest and sociologist (d. 2000).
- -59 degrees F (-51 degrees C), Pokegama Dam Minnesota (state record).