|Boy Fishing by John Wesley Hardrick|
|Winter Landscape at Dusk by John Wesley Hardrick|
Napoleon Whiting (September 21, 1910 - October 22, 1984), was an American character actor. He played many bit parts, often uncredited, as a menial worker such as the black butler, a stereotypical role. Whiting was best known to television audiences for his work as Silas on The Big Valley, a typecast but highly visible role... Films include "It Happened to Jane" (1959), "Living Between Two Worlds" (1963), and "Fugitive Lovers" (1975).
On September 21, 1959, Juanita Kidd Stout was named by the Governor of Pennsylvania to serve as a Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge . Later that year Stout won the election for a full term on the Court and became the first African American woman elected judge in the United States.
|Former Vice President Henry Wallace, Albert Einstein, Lewis L. Wallace of Princeton University, and|
actor Paul Robeson meeting in Princeton on September 21, 1947. (Photo: Princeton University)
|Artist Ladybird Cleveland photographed by|
Carl Van Vechten on September 21, 1954.
|Martin Luther King, Jr. raising his hands in a restaurant on September 21, 1963.|
|September 21,1970 -- The Oakland Athletics’s Vida Blue pitched a|
no-hitter against the Minneapolis Twins, winning 6-0.
|Debbie Allenand husband Norman Nixon attending 'Human Rights Now|
Rally' on September 21, 1988 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Ron Galella/WireImage)
|Florence Griffith Joyner, affectionately called Flo-Jo, died on September 21, 1998.|
|September 21, 2005: Nelson Mandela shows his amazement at the presentation|
of an inscribed cricket bat by West Indian cricket legend Brian Lara.
|Prince in Jet Magazine, September 21, 1978|