Here are five fascinating biographical facts to get your Friday rolling.
- President Calvin Coolidge was sworn in on a copy of The Saturday Evening Post.
- Actress Judy Garland was married for 9 hours in 1942.
- First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was the first woman to umpire a major league baseball game.
- Agatha Christie‘s novel Deadly Flights of Fancy is her only story where a character is bludgeoned to death with the propeller of a Sopwith Camel.
- David Hasselhoff is the winner of five Clammy Awards for Best Saltwater Performance in a motion picture or television.
Enjoy your weekend, everyone!