Famous People Born in 1913
Anthropologist, Scientist / 1913 - 1996
Mary Leakey was a paleoanthropologist who, along with husband Louis, made several prominent scientific discoveries. Skull fossils found by the Leakeys advanced our understanding of human evolution.
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profile name: Rosa Parks profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist
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profile name: Richard Nixon profile occupation: U.S. President
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profile name: Jesse Owens profile occupation: Track and Field Athlete
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profile name: Vivien Leigh profile occupation: Film Actress
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profile name: Loretta Young profile occupation: Actress
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