In 1980, an eight-foot bronze statue at Pratt Street outside of the Garmatz Federal Courthouse was dedicated to Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American and Baltimorean to serve on the court. Above (from left), sculptor Reuben Kramer, Mayor Schaefer, Governor Hughes, Justice Harry A. Blackmun, Justice Byron R. White, Justice Marshall, Justice William J. Brennan Jr., Justice Lewis F. Powell and Justice John Paul Stevens attend the ceremony. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

1866: Congress authorized minting of the 5-cent piece.

1905: Actor Henry Fonda was born in Grand Island, Neb.

1920: Joan of Arc was canonized in Rome.

1946: The musical “Annie Get Your Gun” opened on Broadway.

Compiled by Laura Lefavor and Paul McCardell.