Ludovic Trarieux

French Republican statesman, prominent Dreyfusard, & pioneer of international human rights born in 1840.

Lucky Luciano

Italian-born gangster considered the father of modern organized crime in the United States, born in 1897.

Margaret Mead

American cultural anthropologist who influenced the sexual revolution of the 1960s.

Paul Klee

Swiss-German artist whose writings, Paul Klee Notebooks, are considered deeply influential to modern art.

Andrew Carnegie

Scottish American industrialist & philanthropist who expanded the American steel industry in the late 19th century.

Stefan Zweig

Austrian novelist, playwright, journalist, & biographer 1881 who achieved worldwide fame.

John F. Kennedy, Jr.

American lawyer, journalist, & publisher born in 1960. He was a son of President John F. Kennedy.

Savino Guglielmetti

Italian gymnast and Olympic gold medalist & all-around champion born in 1911.

Ethelbert Nevin

American pianist and composer born in 1862. Best remembered for songs incl. “Narcissus” & “The Rosary”.

Henri Becquerel

French engineer, physicist, scientist, & Nobel laureate who discovered evidence of radioactivity.