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      This Day in History: January 25

      Featured Biography

      Corazon Aquino
      president of Philippines
      Alicia Keys
      American musician
      Spanish athlete
      Etta James
      American singer
      Corazon Aquino
      president of Philippines
      Virginia Woolf
      British writer

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      Mary Tyler Moore in The Mary Tyler Moore Show
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      Philip C. Johnson
      American architect Philip C. Johnson—who wielded great influence in American architectural design, playing a defining role in several 20th-century movements—died in Connecticut. Test your knowledge of architecture and architects
      ? Arnold Newman
      Charles Manson
      American criminal and cult leader Charles Manson and three of his followers were convicted of a series of notorious murders; their crimes inspired the best-selling book Helter Skelter (1974). Read about this and nine other “trials of the century.”
      One Hundred and One Dalmatians
      The animated film One Hundred and One Dalmatians was released in the United States, and it became a Disney classic, especially noted for the villainous character Cruella De Vil. Take our Disney quiz
      ? The Walt Disney Company
      Emmy Award statuettes
      The first Emmy Awards were presented; there were only six categories, and nominated shows were limited to those that aired in the Los Angeles area. How much do you know about the Emmys?
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      Virginia Woolf
      British writer Virginia Woolf, who made an original contribution to the form of the novel and was one of the most-distinguished critics of her time, was born in London. Can you match these opening lines to their works?
      New York World-Telegram & Sun Collection/Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (neg. no. LC-USZ62-111438)
      W. Somerset Maugham
      English author W. Somerset Maugham, best known for the novels Of Human Bondage (1915), The Moon and Sixpence (1919), Cakes and Ale (1930), and The Razor's Edge (1944), was born. Take our quiz about authors of classic literature
      Michael Ochs Archives/Venice, Calif.
      Robert Burns
      Robert Burns, national poet of Scotland, was born in Alloway in Ayrshire. Sort fact from fiction in our quiz about poetry
      Courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London
      S?o Paulo
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      Caio do Valle
      Hans Holbein the Younger: Portrait of Henry VIII of England
      Henry VIII, king of England, married his second wife, Anne Boleyn, in a secret ceremony. Take our quiz about Henry VIII and his wives
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