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This Day in the Arts: May 3

1903:

Singer and actor Bing Crosby is born in Tacoma, Washington; he was the first person to receive the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

1922:

Kentucky: Historian and writer Harry Caudill is born in Letcher County.

1937:

Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell wins the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.


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