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April 9

What happened on April 9?

French poet Charles Baudelaire (*1821) is joined by many celebrating celebrities today!

Only one of them is old enough to have experienced something truly magical. Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville made the oldest known recording of an audible human voice on his phonautograph machine in 1860.
And businessman & railroad tycoon Isambard Kingdom Brunel (*1806) could have been there. Were it not for the fact that the pilot of the phonautograph happened in Paris (France) and he was creating railroad networks in the USA.

Hugh Hefner (*1926) also loved creating networks. Slightly different from transportation, but his enterprise certainly made a big contribution to bunnies and society, too.

Fashion designer Marc Jacobs (*1963) also added a lot of joy to the world. Just like the quartetto of actors and actresses who celebrate ‘their’ day as well: Dennis Quaid (*1954), Jay Baruchel (*182), Kristen Stewart (*1990), and Elle Fanning (*1998).



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What happened on April 9?

Birthdays April 9

Charles Baudelaire
Isambard Kingdom Brunel
Hugh Hefner
Marc Jacobs
Dennis Quaid
Jay Baruchel
Kristen Stewart
Elle Fanning

Events April 9

Léon Scott de Martinville made the oldest known recording of an audible human voice