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Harold J. Smith, aka Jay Silverheels Born: May 26, 1912 Died: March 5, 1980 Tribe: Mohawk

Harold J. Smith, aka Jay Silverheels Born: May 26, 1912 Died: March 5, 1980 Tribe: Mohawk

Matilda Smith (née Rigby)by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson calotype, 1843-1848 http://www.npg.org.uk

Matilda Smith (née Rigby)by David Octavius Hill, and Robert Adamson calotype, 1843-1848 http://www.npg.org.uk

PEG LEG SMITH: Thomas L. Smith, better known as 'Peg Leg,' 1801-1866, was a mountain man, prospector, and spinner of tall tales. Legends regarding his lost gold mine have grown through the years, and countless people have searched the desert for its fabulous wealth.

PEG LEG SMITH: Thomas L. Smith, better known as 'Peg Leg,' 1801-1866, was a mountain man, prospector, and spinner of tall tales. Legends regarding his lost gold mine have grown through the years, and countless people have searched the desert for its fabulous wealth.

just one year after John Naismith invented "basket ball" in 1891, Smith's College organized the first women's basketball team. Four years later, the first women's intercollegiate basketball championship was played between Stanford and the University of California at Berkley — before a crowd of 700 women.

just one year after John Naismith invented "basket ball" in 1891, Smith's College organized the first women's basketball team. Four years later, the first women's intercollegiate basketball championship was played between Stanford and the University of California at Berkley — before a crowd of 700 women.

Jean Kennedy Smith, the last surviving Kennedy sibling, poses for a portrait in her New York City apartment on on Sep. 16, 2010.

Jean Kennedy Smith, the last surviving Kennedy sibling, poses for a portrait in her New York City apartment on on Sep. 16, 2010.

Contraluz Opal from Oregon cut by Kevin Lane Smith. Scheduled to appear in next years edition of the Handbook of Gemmology

Contraluz Opal from Oregon cut by Kevin Lane Smith. Scheduled to appear in next years edition of the Handbook of Gemmology

Cary Grant and Alexis Smith as 'Cole and Linda Porter' in "Night and Day", (1946)

Cary Grant and Alexis Smith as 'Cole and Linda Porter' in "Night and Day", (1946)

1950s Smith Corona Electric Typewriter ad

Want to find a husband? Be a secretary (1952

Served honorably Somersville Cemetery Summersville, Ohio

Served honorably Somersville Cemetery Summersville, Ohio