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History for January 14:
1690 - The clarinet is invented in Nuremberg, Germany.
1784 - The Revolutionary War formally ends.
1914 - Henry Ford introduces the Assembly Line for his cars.
1936 - L.M. "Mario" Giannini elected president of Bank of America.
1939 - All commercial ferry service to the San Francisco East Bay ends.
1952 - "Today" show premieres on NBC.
1969 - Russians' Soyuz 4 is launched.
1741 - Benedict Arnold, traitor and fink.
1875 - Albert Schweitzer, doctor, humanitarian, organist
1892 - Hal Roach, early film director and producer.
1919 - Andy Rooney, humorist
1932 - Catarina Valente in Paris, France
1941 - Faye Dunaway in Florida