Famous People Who Died on October 26
Film Actress / 1895 - 1952
Actress and radio performer Hattie McDaniel became the first African American to win an Oscar in 1940, for her supporting role as Mammy in Gone with the Wind.
William S. Paley
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profile name: Elizabeth Cady Stanton profile occupation: Women's Rights Activist
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profile name: Hattie McDaniel profile occupation: Film Actress
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profile name: Molly Brown profile occupation: Activist, Film Actress, Philanthropist
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profile name: Igor Sikorsky profile occupation: Engineer, Inventor
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profile name: William S. Paley profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Television Producer
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profile name: William Hogarth profile occupation: Painter
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