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This Day in the Arts: April 24

1800:

The Library of Congress is established by President John Adams.

1905:

Writer Robert Penn Warren is born in Guthrie, Kentucky. He will go on to win the Pulitzer Prize three times (and be the first person ever to win for both poetry and fiction) and become the United States Poet Laureate twice.


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