1642 - Johann Christoph Bach, Organist and Composer, earlier member of the extended Bach family
1857 - Joseph Conrad, Writer
1883 - Anton Webern, Composer
1892 - Harriet Stratemeyer Adams, writer, including the famous Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys mysteries, under various pen names.
1895 - Anna Freud, Psychoanalyst
1927 - Andy Williams, Singer
1930 - Jean-Luc Godard, Film Director
1960 - Julianne Moore, Actress
Actress Julianne Moore
1620 - The Paris Motor Show visitors are introduced to the neon lamp invented by physicist Georges Claude.
1925 - George Gershwin is soloist in the premiere of his Piano Concerto in F, in Carnegie Hall, with Walter Damrosch conducting the New York Symphony Society. Enjoy the music.
Here's a video of Gershwin's Piano Concerto in F, Raymond Lewenthal, pianist, with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Oskar Danon.