|March 2, 1904 in History|
Theodor Geisel, Dr. Seuss, children's author, "Horton Hears a Who!"
More Notable Birthdays on March 2:
1942 - John Irving, born in New Hampshire, short-story writer, wrote World According to Garp
1942 - Lou Reed, Firbank, Freeport, New York, rock vocalist in the Velvet Underground
1931 - Mikhail Gorbachev, born in Privolnoye, U.S.S.R., Soviet Secretary General from 1985 - 1991
1931 - Tom Wolfe, Richmond Virginia, journalist and author, wrote The Right Stuff
1928 - Philip K. Dick, writer of Blade Runner, Minority Report