November 3rd in NYC History
Posted: Nov 3, 2012 | 6:06 PM
by Jared Goldstein
William Cullen Bryant 11/3/1794 - 6/12/1878
1900...The nation's first Auto Show is held in Madison Square Garden on East 26th Street.
oday in 1900 The first National Automobile Show opens at Madison Square Garden, a venue designed by architect Stanford White.
1925...Jimmy Walker wins the race for mayor in an election that features a new mechanical contraption called the voting machine.
66 years old
1949 Fashion editor Anna Wintour turns 63 years old today.
died Solomon R. Guggenheim 1949
1953Dennis Miller, Comedian ("Saturday Night Live"),
1998...Republican Alphonse D'Amato's 18-year Senate career comes to a close when he's defeated by Democrat Charles Schumer.
2009...Having won a battle to overturn term limits, Michael Bloomberg is elected to a third term as mayor.
Reserve announced a plan to buy $600 billion in Treasury bonds over the
next eight months in an attempt to boost lending and stimulate economy.