Tag: this day in women's history

August 13, 1918: Opha May Johnson Became the First Woman to Enlist in the United States Marine Corps
August 12, 1990: Susan Hendrickson Discovered the Largest and Most Complete Tyrannosaurus Rex Skeleton
August 11, 1965: Viola Davis Was Born and Became the First Black Woman to Complete the “Triple Crown of Acting”
August 9, 1930: Betty Boop Made Her Cartoon Debut in “Dizzy Dishes”
August 8, 1992: “This Used to Be My Playground” by Madonna Hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100
August 7, 1987: Lynne Cox Became the First Person to Swim From the United States to the Soviet Union
August 6, 1911: Lucille Ball Was Born
August 5, 1888: Bertha Benz Took the First Documented Road Trip in an Automobile
August 4, 1981: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex Was Born
August 3, 1941: Martha Stewart Was Born and Became the First Female Self-Made Billionaire in the U.S.

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