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March Chmelar, sixteen, crafts an oversized “number-one” finger from papier mâché and spray paint, which may have sparked the big foam finger tradition at sporting events.

APRIL 8, 1963: Patty Duke, sixteen, becomes the youngest competitive Oscar winner at the time for her performance as Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker."

APRIL Patty Duke, sixteen, becomes the youngest competitive Oscar winner at the time for her performance as Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker.

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Sarah Miriam Peale (1800-1885)

Sarah Miriam Peale Self Portrait, 1818 ~ Sarah Miriam Peale was an American portrait painter, one of the notable family of artists descended from the miniaturist and still-life painter James Peale, who was her father.

1988: Janet Evans, sixteen, wins three gold medals in swimming at the 1988 Summer Olympics.

Janet Evans, sixteen, wins three gold medals in swimming at the 1988 Summer Olympics.

At 15 years old Peggy March recorded "I Will Follow Him" in 1963.

Love songs can be incredibly powerful. When you've really nailed it, you speak to something within all of us and it can even bring people to tears.

In 1944, eighteen-year-old Patricia Wilson did her part for the war effort. Her part was to fly a plan for the Civil Air Defense in Philadelphia. Only 18, not only would she fly patrols around the city but also, in an act of incredible bravery or insanity, would drag target banners across the sky for antiaircraft gunners to practice. ("Target towing", a job often assigned to the WASPS.)

eighteen-year-old Patricia Wilson flew for the Civil Air Defense in Philadelphia, dragging target banners across the sky for antiaircraft gunners to practice

October John Andrew “Bud” Hillerich is born. At age seventeen in 1884 the son of a Louisville (Kentucky) woodworker creates a special bat known as the Louisville Slugger.

Fidel Castro and Che Guevara: photo by Roberto Salas, January 1959

The New York Times > Arts > Slide Show > Focus on Fidel: Photos by Roberto Salas

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Born on this day… June 1872 Paul Laurence Dunbar: Poet-Author-Playwright

955: Octavianus, aka John XII, eighteen, becomes one of the youngest-ever popes and the first to change his name on taking office. Otherwise, John XII is remembered for immorality and cruelty.

Octavianus, aka John XII, eighteen, becomes one of the youngest-ever popes and the first to change his name on taking office. Otherwise, John XII is remembered for immorality and cruelty.

Nineteen-year-old Russian sniper Roza Shanina after 54 confirmed Nazi kills during World War II. | 28 Of The Most Badass Moments In History

24 Of The Most Badass Moments In History

Nineteen-year-old Russian sniper Roza Shanina after 54 confirmed Nazi kills during World War II.

June 30, 1936: The fictional Scarlett O’Hara, sixteen at the beginning of the novel, is introduced with the publication of Margaret Mitchell’s "Gone With The Wind." She is described as wearing a new green flowered-muslin dress that shows off “breasts well matured for her sixteen years.” Her green eyes are “turbulent, willful, lusty with life.” (Above: Vivien Leigh as Scarlett).

June 30, 1936: The fictional Scarlett O’Hara, sixteen at the beginning of the novel, is introduced with the publication of Margaret Mitchell’s "Gone With The Wind." She is described as wearing a new green flowered-muslin dress that shows off “breasts well matured for her sixteen years.” Her green eyes are “turbulent, willful, lusty with life.” (Above: Vivien Leigh as Scarlett).

Christian Bale. El Imperio del Sol

Christian Bale, thirteen, stars as a boy separated from his parents and living in a Japanese prison camp in Steven Spielberg’s Empire of the Sun.

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