Calogera DeLeo (1869 - 1920)

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Calogera DeLeo
1869 - 1920
updated February 06, 2019
Calogera DeLeo was born around 1869. She died on January 21, 1920 in New York at age 51.

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Calogera DeLeo died on in Manhattan County, New York United States

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Calogera DeLeo passed away on January 21, 1920 in New York at age 51. She was born around 1869. There is no information about Calogera's family or relationships.
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In 1869, in the year that Calogera DeLeo was born, on December 10th, the Wyoming territorial legislature gave women the right to vote. It was the first time in the world that women were able to vote legally without restrictions.

In 1872, by the time she was just 3 years old, on March 1st, Yellowstone National Park became the first national park in the U.S. and perhaps the world's first national park. Established by Congress and signed into law by President Grant, Yellowstone is one of the most spectacular areas in the U.S., filled with natural wonders and wildlife.

In 1892, Calogera was 23 years old when on January 1st, Ellis Island opened to process immigrants. 700 passed through on the first day - in the first year, 450,000 were processed. The processing center was originally a 3 story wooden building - with outbuildings - that burned down a few years later.

In 1907, she was 38 years old when the showman Florenz Ziegfeld introduced his Ziegfeld Follies. Ziegfeld was inspired by the Folies Bergère of Paris and the show was a step up from the then current vaudeville shows. The top entertainers of the time played in the Follies but the stars were the Ziegfeld girls - beautiful chorus girls in elaborate costumes. For almost a quarter of a century, the Ziegfeld follies were the toast of Broadway.

In 1920, in the year of Calogera DeLeo's passing, on November 2, radio station KDKA began broadcasting in Pittsburgh, PA. This was the first commercial radio broadcast in the United States. Westinghouse, a leading manufacturer of radios and the backer of the station, chose the date because of the Presidential election. People liked it because they could hear about the results of the election between Harding and Cox before the morning papers arrived. Four years later, there were 600 commercial stations broadcasting in the U.S.

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Other Deleos

Calogero DeLeo
around 1903 - Feb 12, 1904
Carlo DeLeo
around 1888 - Feb 7, 1926
Carlo Deleo
around 1889 - Dec 24, 1940
Carmela DeLeo
around 1844 - Sep 3, 1921
Carmela Deleo
around 1895 - Jan 24, 1931
Carmelo DeLeo
around 1889 - Feb 14, 1914
Carmelo Deleo
around 1853 - May 1, 1930
Carol Deleo
around 1939 - Aug 4, 1941
Carolina DeLeo
around 1897 - Oct 29, 1920
Caterina DeLeo
around 1923 - Sep 25, 1924
Caterina Deleo
around 1890 - Dec 8, 1930
Catherine DeLeo
around 1877 - Aug 22, 1927
Catherine Deleo
around 1877 - Aug 16, 1938
Chades DeLeo
around 1852 - Jun 7, 1921
Charles Deleo
around 1902 - May 5, 1930
Charles Deleo
around 1893 - Jan 20, 1942
Charles Deleo
around 1942 - Feb 22, 1945
Clementine Deleo
around 1874 - Apr 27, 1942
Colombo DeLeo
around 1893 - Jun 1, 1894
Columbia DeLeo
around 1846 - Sep 22, 1916

Other Bios

Calogero DeLeo
around 1903 - Feb 12, 1904
Carlo DeLeo
around 1888 - Feb 7, 1926
Carlo Deleo
around 1889 - Dec 24, 1940
Carmela DeLeo
around 1844 - Sep 3, 1921
Carmela Deleo
around 1895 - Jan 24, 1931
Carmelo DeLeo
around 1889 - Feb 14, 1914
Carmelo Deleo
around 1853 - May 1, 1930
Carol Deleo
around 1939 - Aug 4, 1941
Carolina DeLeo
around 1897 - Oct 29, 1920
Caterina DeLeo
around 1923 - Sep 25, 1924
Caterina Deleo
around 1890 - Dec 8, 1930
Catherine DeLeo
around 1877 - Aug 22, 1927
Catherine Deleo
around 1877 - Aug 16, 1938
Chades DeLeo
around 1852 - Jun 7, 1921
Charles Deleo
around 1902 - May 5, 1930
Charles Deleo
around 1893 - Jan 20, 1942
Charles Deleo
around 1942 - Feb 22, 1945
Clementine Deleo
around 1874 - Apr 27, 1942
Colombo DeLeo
around 1893 - Jun 1, 1894
Columbia DeLeo
around 1846 - Sep 22, 1916
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