Literary Critic. Scholar.
Best Known for His Novel, “Invisible Man.”
Director of “Jaws,” “Schindler’s List,”
“Close Encounters of The Third Kind,” and “E.T.”
Trumpeter. Jazz Musician. Vocalist. Actor.
Champion African American Tennis Player.
The Only One to Win The Singles Title At Wimbledon.
Musical Duo of The Century.
“The Sound of Music,” “The King And I,” and “Oklahoma!”
Actor of Stage and Screen. Activist. Writer.
Actor. Producer. Crooner of The Century.
Created “Sugar Cube” Inoculation for Polio,
Which Has Practically Eradicated the Disease.
Developed First Polio Vaccine (Syringe).
Pediatric Surgeon. Ronald Reagan’s Surgeon General; 1982-1989.
Developed the Mustang and Pinto for Ford in the 1960s.
Rescued Chrysler From Bankruptcy in the 1980s.
Munger: Former Real Estate Attorney.
Vice Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway.
Co-founder, Microsoft Corporation. Philanthropist.
Singer. Songwriter. Dancer. “King Of Pop”.
Author of “A Streetcar Named Desire,” “Cat on A Hot Tin Roof,”
“The Glass Menagerie.”
Author of “The Grapes of Wrath,” “East Of Eden,” “Of Mice And Men.”
Winner; 1962 Nobel Prize “For His Realistic and Imaginative Writings…”
“Father of the Atomic Bomb”.
Devised The First Nuclear Weapons.
Soldier. Chief-of-Staff to Franklin Roosevelt;
Harry Truman. Secretary of Defense and State
In Truman’s Administration.
Five-Star Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in Europe,
World War ll. Thirty-Fourth President of The United States.
Publisher. Humorist. Lecturer.
Author of “Tom Sawyer” and “Huckleberry Finn.”
Journalist. Sportsman. Writer of Novels And Short Stories.
Winner Of the 1954 Nobel Prize; “The Old Man and The Sea.”
Mississippi Novelist. Short Story Writer. Playwright. Winner of The 1949 Nobel Prize “For His…Unique Contribution To The Modern American Novel.”
Thirty-Second President. Longest Serving: 1933-1945.
Conservationist. Historian. Adventurer. Twenty-Sixth–And Youngest–President When He Succeeded William McKinley.
Invented, Built, Financed and Flew The First Successful Airplane.
The Best Boxer in American History.
Abolitionist. Orator. Newspaper Publisher. Writer. Ally of Abraham Lincoln.
Author, “Roots: The Saga of An American Family.”
Baptist Minister. Civil Rights Activist. Winner 1964 Nobel Peace Prize.