|THE ROBINSON LIBRARY|
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|Chronology of Events|
|The Year in Pictures|
|U.S. Congress Members|
|Awards and Honors|
|Entertainment News and Highlights|
|Sports News and Highlights|
On May 31, a village for displaced persons was established on the outskirts of Wuppertal, Germany. It was named for the 15-year-old Jewish girl who kept a diary while in hiding from the Nazis that was later translated into stage and screen plays.
|Nuclear Test Rally|
|Bullet Photo||Prominent Democrats Meet|
|Children in Berlin Have a Party||Protestant Chapel|
|Damaged Navy Plane||Salvador
arrived in New York, New York, on December 22 by means of a Dalimobile.
|Frol Kozlov's Visit
Soviet First Deputy Premier Frol R. Kozlov visited the United States in July.
Exhibition in New York
Held in the New York Coliseum from June 29 to August 10, the Soviet Exhibition of Science, Technology, and Culture was the counterpoint to the American National Exhibition in Moscow.
|Giant Beetle||Steven Rockefeller Gets
Steven Clark Rockefeller, 23-year-old son of New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller, was married on August 22 to 19-year-old Anne Marie Rasmussen, a former maid in the Rockefeller household, in Sögne, Norway.
|Goshawk Attacked By Swans||U.S. Capitol Renovations|
|Gutenberg Bible Returned
The copy of the Gutenberg Bible belonging to the Diocesan Seminary Library at Pelplin, Poland, was returned in February after a 20-year exile in Canada.
|U.S. Exhibition in Moscow
The American National Exhibition in Sokolniki Park, Moscow, Russia, opened on July 24 and closed on September 4.
|Iroquis Protest||Very Deep Snow|
|Madison Square Boys Club Pet Show||Very Young Roller Skater|
|Mental Health Week
April 24 - May 2, 1959.
|White House Christmas Tree|
|Migrant Children in Las Vegas||World Hitchhiking Tour|