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On July 20 of 1969
Apollo 11 mission lands on moon. Buzz Aldrin, the lunar module pilot born in Glen Ridge on January 20, 1930, is the second man to walk on the moon following mission commander Neil Armstrong.
On July 19 of 1909
Rail service on the H&M Hudson Tubes of the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad begins between Lower Manhattan and Jersey City.
On July 18 of 1951
'Jersey Joe Walcott' (real name Arnold Raymond Cream) becomes heavyweight champion when he knocks out Ezzard Charles in the seventh round at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh. Born in Pennsauken in 1914, Walcott at age 37 is the oldest at that point to become champion..
"I am from New Jersey" tribute by Jon Stewart for Bruce Springsteen at 2009 Kennedy Center Honors
Poster promoting Atlantic City in 1920s
"The Prudential has the strength of Gibraltar" ad in 1909
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Four horse-drawn fire engines gallop on snow-covered street to fire in Newark in 1896 film shot by Thomas Edison Inc.
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