Timelines for year 1902
When he was 19 and doing his very first play in a small theater, a bus with 40 fans of Paul Guilfoyle (1902-1961) turned up, hoping to see their favorite actor. He had to explain to them that Paul Guilfoyle had been dead for 8 years.
Unanimously elected president of Princeton University (1902).
Born in Louisville Kentucky, the son of William Madison and Elinor (Vaughn) Hull, he moved to New York City with his family in 1902 where his father, a newspaper editor, critic and editor, was offered a position in the Klaw and Erlanger theatre syndicate booking office.
U.S. Secretary of the Navy (1902-1904) and Attorney General (1904-1906).
The year of her birth was sometimes erroneously given as 1902.
He won pennants in 1902, 1905, 1914 and 1931, plus won the World Series in 1910, 1911, 1913, 1929 and 1930.
Stage actress; active on Broadway from 1902-1915.
Her husband, Dr. Rudolph Light, was a professor of neurosurgery and an heir to the Upjohn Pharmaceutical Company. Dr. Light has also once been the mayor of Kalamazoo, Michigan. This this union also made Ann Rork stepmother to Dr. Richard Upjohn Light (1902-1994), namesake of the Richard Light Fellowship Program at Yale University.
Critized H.G. Wells for inventing cavourite, a substance impervious to gravity, for his Le voyage dans la lune (1902) (aka The First Men in the Moon). Verne thought Wells violated a cardinal rule that the logic of the story must not contradict contemporary scientific knowledge: "I sent my characters to the moon with gunpowder ["From the Earth to the Moon"; 1865], a thing one may see every day. Where does Mr. Wells find his cavourite? Let him show it to me!".
Her second husband, Edwin J. Lukas (1902-1973), a noted lawyer, author, criminologist and Jewish civil rights activist, was the cousin of actor Paul Lukas. Betty was his third wife.
He claimed 1902 as the year he was born, although other sources say 1896 or 1898.
Children with Maric: Lieserl (born January, 1902), Hans Albert (born May 14, 1904), Eduard (born c. 1908).
His wife gave birth to their daughter, Lieserl, in 1902, a year before they married. They never spoke about her after 1903. It is assumed that she was adopted by a friend or family member. Some speculate that she died in 1903 from scarlet fever. Einstein never saw her.
Mother of Dwight Taylor (b. 1902) and Marguerite (b. 1904)
Some sources credit the year of her birth as 1902.
Performed on Broadway from 1902-1938.
Became famous as the Scarecrow in the 1902-1911 stage production of The Wizard of Oz, paired with David Craig Montgomery who played the Tin Woodsman. His performance inspired Ray Bolger, who based his performance on Stone's incredible physical performances.
Has three children; daughter Ava (b. 1902) and sons Vincent (b. 1892) and John Jacob Astor V (b. 1912)
Between 1902 and 1904, he played opposite his future wife, Virginia Harned, in "Iris Camille" and "The Light That Lies in Woman's Eyes".
President of Columbia University from 1902 to 1945.