Famous People Who Died on October 16
Film Actress, Theater Actress, Television Actress / 1898 - 1992
Tony, Oscar and Golden Globe-winning actress Shirley Booth was in both the play and film versions of Come Back, Little Sheba, and the television show Hazel.
George C. Marshall Jr.
General, Government Official / 1880 - 1959During his military career, George C. Marshall Jr. served as U.S. Army chief of staff and secretary of state. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1953.
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