1913 was an interesting year. Thirteen years into the new century, Henry Ford would revolutionize the way the world lived when he introduced his first assembly line automobile factory. It was the year the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified, enabling the federal government to tax personal income. That year, Richard Nixon, Muddy Waters and Mel Allen were born, and the Oreo cookie was invented. It was also the year Jack Rosenstein, a former oyster shucker at a local ...
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