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By On This Day in NYC's History


HUNTER’S COLLEGE WELCOMES THE U.N.

On March 21st, 1946: The Bronx campus of Hunter’s College became the temporary headquarters of the United Nations.


 On This Day in NYCs History: First Womens Professional Club
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SOROSIS IS FORMED

On March 21st, 1868: Sorosis, the first United States professional women’s club is formed in New York City.


 On This Day in NYCs History: First Womens Professional Club
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BORN ON THIS DAY: MATTHEW BRODERICK

On March 21st, 1962: Brilliant actor and Sarah Jessica Parker’s hubby Matthew Broderick was born.  Well known for his leading role in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off as well as his part as Leo Bloom in The Producers, Broderick has made a distinctive mark on American film and musicals.  He is the youngest winner of the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play.  Happy 51st birthday Matthew!



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