Gulabrao Maharaj (6 July 1881–1915) was a Hindu saint from Maharashtra, India. Although blind, he was still credited with giving a vision of life to the people. He wrote 133 133 books on various subjects containing more than 6000 pages, 130 commentaries and about 25,000 stanza in poetry in his life of 34 years.
John Douglas Pedersen (May 21, 1881 – May 23, 1951) was a prolific arms designer who worked for Remington Arms, and later for the United States Government. Famed gun designer John Moses Browning told Maj. Gen. Julian S. Hatcher of U.S. Army Ordnance that Pedersen "was the greatest gun designer in the world".
Pavel Pavlovich Muratov (Russian: Па́вел Па́влович Мура́тов), also known as Paul Muratov (3 March 1881 - February 5, 1950), was a Russian essayist, novelist, art historian, critic and playwright.
Josephine Beatrice Bowman was the third Superintendent of the United States Navy Nurse Corps.
T. K. Chidambaranatha Mudaliar (1882–1954) was a Tamil scholar from Tenkasi. He was one of the founding authors of Tamil renaissance movement. He had authored Tamil books and Kambar tharum Ramayanam. He was popularly known as "Rasigamani". He was A member of Madras Presidency Legislative council in 1927. (Diarchy in Madras Presidency)
Jack Black was a late-19th-century/early-20th-century hobo and professional burglar, living out the dying age of the Wild West.
Albert Edouard, Baron Michotte van den Berck (October 13, 1881, Brussels, Belgium – June 2, 1965) was a Belgian experimental psychologist.
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