September 1960

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September 26, 1960: Candidates Kennedy and Nixon meet in first "Presidential Debate"
September 29, 1960: My Three Sons begins 11 season run
September 24, 1960: Atomic-powered USS Enterprise launched
September 24, 1960: Howdy Doody broadcasts final show
September 4, 1960: OPEC Founded
Clarabell: "Goodbye, kids."


The following events occurred in September 1960.

September 1, 1960 (Thursday)[edit]

September 2, 1960 (Friday)[edit]

September 3, 1960 (Saturday)[edit]

September 4, 1960 (Sunday)[edit]

September 5, 1960 (Monday)[edit]

September 6, 1960 (Tuesday)[edit]

September 7, 1960 (Wednesday)[edit]

September 8, 1960 (Thursday)[edit]

September 9, 1960 (Friday)[edit]

September 10, 1960 (Saturday)[edit]

September 11, 1960 (Sunday)[edit]

September 12, 1960 (Monday)[edit]

September 13, 1960 (Tuesday)[edit]

September 14, 1960 (Wednesday)[edit]

September 15, 1960 (Thursday)[edit]

September 16, 1960 (Friday)[edit]

September 17, 1960 (Saturday)[edit]

September 18, 1960 (Sunday)[edit]

September 19, 1960 (Monday)[edit]

September 20, 1960 (Tuesday)[edit]

September 21, 1960 (Wednesday)[edit]

September 22, 1960 (Thursday)[edit]

September 23, 1960 (Friday)[edit]

September 24, 1960 (Saturday)[edit]

September 25, 1960 (Sunday)[edit]

September 26, 1960 (Monday)[edit]

September 27, 1960 (Tuesday)[edit]

September 28, 1960 (Wednesday)[edit]

September 29, 1960 (Thursday)[edit]

September 30, 1960 (Friday)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Blackout on Broadway to Honor Hammerstein", The New York Times, p. 52, September 1, 1960
  2. ^ "London Honors Hammerstein", The New York Times, p. 14, August 26, 1960
  3. ^ This Day in the 1960s
  4. ^ a b c d e f g David Wallechinsky, The Complete Book of the Olympics (Penguin Books, 1984)
  5. ^ "Wild Shell Kills 15 in Army Camp", Oakland Tribune, September 2, 1960, p1
  6. ^ "Congo Fight Bloody", Sunday Express and News (San Antonio), September 4, 1960, p1
  7. ^ "Thousands Flee Hurricane Donna", Spokane Spokesman-Review, September 5, 1960, p1; "Two Windy Girls on the Warpath" LIFE Magazine, September 26, 1960, p29
  8. ^ Kevin C. Dunn, Imagining the Congo: The International Relations of Identity (Palgrave 2003), pp64–65; "CONGO: Dag's Problem Child", TIME Magazine, September 19, 1960
  9. ^ Michael L. Kurtz and Morgan D. Peoples, Earl K. Long: The Saga of Uncle Earl and Louisiana Politics (Louisiana State University Press, 1990) pp255–256
  10. ^ Christopher Andrew and Vasili Mitrokhin, The Sword and the Shield: The Mitrokhin Archive and the Secret History of the KGB (Basic Books, 1999), p179
  11. ^ a b "Chronology September 1960", The World Almanac and book of facts, 1961 (New York World-Telegram, 1960), pp182–185
  12. ^ Rock Brynner and Trent Stephens, Dark Remedy: The Impact of Thalidomide and Its Revival As a Vital Medicine (Basic Books, 2001) p41
  13. ^ Ed Gruver, The American Football League: A Year-by-Year History, 1960–1969; (McFarland & Co., 1997) p50
  14. ^ Robert Kammerer and Candace Pearce, Images of America: Greenville (Arcadia Publishing, 2001), p114
  15. ^ "Mantle's New Record Home Run Uncovered", Baseball Digest (November 1985) p9
  16. ^ David Dreier, Baseball: How It Works (Coughlan Publishing, 2010) p44
  17. ^ Anne Cooper-Chen, Mass Communication in Japan (Iowa State University Press 1997) p11
  18. ^ This Day in the 1960s
  19. ^ American Rhetoric: Top 100 Speeches; Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Packaging the Presidency: A History and Criticism of Presidential Campaign Advertising (Oxford University Press, 1996) pp129–131
  20. ^ "Jack Gives Church–State Vow; Nixon Accepts His Statement", Long Beach (CA) Press-Telegram, September 13, 1960, p1
  21. ^ The Warren Commission Report (1964), p689
  22. ^ OPEC website; Daniel Yergin, The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money & Power (Simon & Schuster, 2008) p504
  23. ^ Robert B. Edgerton, The Troubled Heart of Africa: A History of the Congo (St. Martin's Press, 2002), p194
  24. ^ "The Exodus", by David Savona, CigarAficionado.com (Nov/Dec '02)
  25. ^ This Day in the 1960s
  26. ^ Chronology of Human Space Exploration
  27. ^ "Stagg Quits As Football Coach at 98", Chicago Tribune, September 17, 1960, p2-1
  28. ^ Pro Football Hall of Fame
  29. ^ "Erlander Victor in Swedish Poll", New York Times, September 19, 1960, p1
  30. ^ "Nikita Bounces Into New York", Winnipeg Free Press, September 19, 1960, p1
  31. ^ This Day in the 1960s
  32. ^ "77 Killed in Guam Crash", St. Petersburg (FL) Times, September 19, 1960, p1
  33. ^ *The Indus Waters Treaty: A History. Henry L. Stimson Center.
  34. ^ "K Rushes to Talk at Castro's—First Meeting of Red Chiefs"; "Historic U.N. Session Opens", Pasadena Star-News, September 20, 1960, p1
  35. ^ "The Development of Prosthetic Heart Valves—Lessons in Form and Function" by Elliot L. Chaikof, M.D., Ph.D., New England Journal of Medicine, October 4, 2007, p1368; Edwards Lifesciences
  36. ^ Embassy of Mali in the United States
  37. ^ David Wallechinsky and Irving Wallace, The People's Almanac (Doubleday, 1975) p610
  38. ^ Thomas M. Franck, Nation Against Nation: What Happened to the U.N. Dream and What the U.S. Can Do About It (Oxford University Press, 1985) p97
  39. ^ "Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier Launched", Reading (PA) Eagle, September 25, 1960, p1
  40. ^ Horace Newcomb, ed., Encyclopedia of Television (Vol. 1), (CRC Press, 2004) pp1141–42
  41. ^ "Pro Football Roundup", Tri-City Herald (Kennewick WA), September 26, 1960, p7
  42. ^ "Santa Rosa Geysers Recharge Project:GEO-98-001", California Energy Commission (October 2002), p37
  43. ^ "Yanks, Pirates Clinch Pennants", Tri-City Herald (Kennewick WA), September 26, 1960, p7
  44. ^ "Great Debate Scheduled For Tonight", Oakland Tribune, September 26, 1960, p1; ; "Nixon, Kennedy Meet Face to Face on TV", Los Angeles Times, September 27, 1960, p1
  45. ^ transcript, "The History of Televised Presidential Debates", Museum of Broadcast Communications; Kurt Lang and Gladys Engel Lang, Television and Politics (U.S.A. Transaction Publishers, 2002) pp108–111
  46. ^ Lee Stacy, Mexico and the United States (Marshall Cavendish, 2003) p216; "49th Anniversary of the Nationalization of the electricity industry in Mexico" Demotix.com
  47. ^ "Opposing Pitcher Recalls Ted Williams' Final Homer" by Dan Shaughnessy, Baseball Digest (March 1993), p82
  48. ^ "Watching Neighbors: The Cuban Model of Social Control", by Josep M. Colomer, Cuban Studies (Vol. 31), (University of Pittsburgh Press), pp118, 135
  49. ^ "Nikita Beats On Desk, Screams As Macmillan Speaks In U.N.", Oakland Tribune, September 29, 1960, p1
  50. ^ James S. Olson, Historical Dictionary of the 1970s (Greenwood Press, 1999) p258; My Three Sons tribute page
  51. ^ Museum of Broadcast Communications