Famous People Who Died on October 18
William Waldorf Astor
Business Leader, Political Leader, Publisher / 1848 - 1919
William Waldorf Astor was a wealthy descendant of John Jacob Astor who became a New York State senator and a member of the New York State Assembly.
Santiago Ramón y Cajal
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