1937 in the United States

1937
Events from the year 1937 in the United States.wikipedia
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January 12 – Adventurer and filmmaker Martin Johnson, of Martin and Osa Johnson fame, is killed along with four others in the crash of Western Air Express Flight 7 in mountainous terrain near Saugus, California.
1937 in the United States

2016 in the United States

2016January
April 17 – Don Buchla, pioneer of sound synthesizers (died 2016)
Lawrence H. Cohn, cardiac surgeon (born 1937)

2017 in the United States

2017January
April 12 – Dennis Banks, leader of the American Indian Movement (died 2017)
George Beall, attorney (b. 1937)

2013 in the United States

2013
January 19 – Fred J. Lincoln, actor, director, producer and screenwriter (died 2013)
Robert Coleman Richardson, Nobel physicist (b. 1937)

2002 in the United States

2002
June 15 – Waylon Jennings, country singer (died 2002)
February 13 – Waylon Jennings, American country singer (b. 1937)

2014 in the United States

2014Marchsection
May 9 – Alison Jolly, primatologist (died 2014)
Rubin Carter, boxer, died in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (b. 1937)

1884 in the United States

1884
January 13 – Martin Johnson, adventurer and filmmaker (born 1884)
October 9 – Martin Johnson, adventurer and filmmaker (died 1937)

1870 in the United States

1870
April 16 – Jay Johnson Morrow, military engineer and politician, 3rd Governor of the Panama Canal Zone (born 1870)
February 20 – Jay Johnson Morrow, military engineer and politician, 3rd Governor of the Panama Canal Zone (died 1937)

2010 in the United States

2010
Mike Cuellar, Cuban-American baseball player (died 2010)
October 28 – James MacArthur, actor (b. 1937)

1859 in the United States

1859
May 14 – John Burke, 24th Treasurer of the United States (born 1859)
February 25 – John Burke, 24th Treasurer of the United States (died 1937)

1894 in the United States

1894
September 26 – Bessie Smith, African American blues singer (born 1894)
April 15 – Bessie Smith, African American blues singer (died 1937)

1890 in the United States

1890
March 15 – H. P. Lovecraft, horror fiction author (born 1890)
August 20 – H. P. Lovecraft, horror fiction author (died 1937)

1860 in the United States

1860
March 29 – William Edward White, African American baseball player (born 1860)
October – William Edward White, African American baseball player (died 1937)

1845 in the United States

1845
February 7 – Elihu Root, statesman and diplomat, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1912 (born 1845)
February 15 – Elihu Root, statesman and diplomat, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1912 (died 1937)

1862 in the United States

1862
August 11 – Edith Wharton, novelist (born 1862)
January 24 – Edith Wharton, fiction writer (died 1937)

1872 in the United States

1872
July 14 – Joseph Taylor Robinson, politician (born 1872)
Joseph Taylor Robinson, U.S. Senator from Arkansas from 1913 to 1937 (died 1937)

1876 in the United States

1876
February 11 – Walter Burley Griffin, architect and town planner (born 1876)
November 24 – Walter Burley Griffin, architect (died 1937)

1856 in the United States

1856
November 6 – Colin Campbell Cooper, painter (born 1856)
March 8 – Colin Campbell Cooper, impressionist painter (died 1937)

1992 in the United States

1992
September 8 – Barbara Frum, radio and television journalist (died 1992)
March 26 – Barbara Frum, American-born Canadian radio and television journalist (b. 1937)

1839 in the United States

1839
May 23 – John D. Rockefeller, oil industry business magnate and philanthropist (born 1839)
July 8 – John D. Rockefeller, oil industry business magnate and philanthropist (died 1937)

1873 in the United States

1873
September 29 – Ray Ewry, field athlete (born 1873)
October 14 – Ray Ewry, field athlete (died 1937)

1889 in the United States

1889
November 30 – James O. McKinsey, accountant and pioneer of management consulting (born 1889)
June 4 – James O. McKinsey, accountant and pioneer of management consulting (died 1937)

1871 in the United States

1871
December 25 – Newton D. Baker, United States Secretary of War (born 1871)
December 20 – Henry Kimball Hadley, composer (died 1937)

1850 in the United States

1850
December 6 – Florence Griswold, curator (born 1850)
December 25 – Florence Griswold, art curator (died 1937)