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July 17, 1959: Homo habilis remains unearthed after 1,750,000 years in Olduvai Gorge
July 17, 1959: Homo habilis remains unearthed after 1,750,000 years in Olduvai Gorge
July 24, 1959: Nixon and Khrushchev debate in kitchen exhibit
July 24, 1959: Nixon and Khrushchev debate in kitchen exhibit
July 5, 1959: Sukarno decrees "Guided Democracy", creates totalitarian state in Indonesia
July 5, 1959: Sukarno decrees "Guided Democracy", creates totalitarian state in Indonesia

The following events occurred in July 1959:

July 1, 1959 (Wednesday)

July 2, 1959 (Thursday)

July 3, 1959 (Friday)

July 4, 1959 (Saturday)

July 5, 1959 (Sunday)

July 6, 1959 (Monday)

July 7, 1959 (Tuesday)

July 8, 1959 (Wednesday)

July 9, 1959 (Thursday)

July 10, 1959 (Friday)

July 11, 1959 (Saturday)

July 12, 1959 (Sunday)

July 13, 1959 (Monday)

July 14, 1959 (Tuesday)

Ex-Defense Minister Peng
Ex-Defense Minister Peng

July 15, 1959 (Wednesday)

July 16, 1959 (Thursday)

July 17, 1959 (Friday)

Mary Leakey
Mary Leakey
Billie Holiday
Billie Holiday

July 18, 1959 (Saturday)

Ex-President Urrutia
Ex-President Urrutia

July 19, 1959 (Sunday)

July 20, 1959 (Monday)

Admiral Leahy
Admiral Leahy

July 21, 1959 (Tuesday)

July 22, 1959 (Wednesday)

July 23, 1959 (Thursday)

General Stewart
General Stewart
General Goldwater
General Goldwater

July 24, 1959 (Friday)

July 25, 1959 (Saturday)

July 26, 1959 (Sunday)

July 27, 1959 (Monday)

July 28, 1959 (Tuesday)

July 29, 1959 (Wednesday)

July 30, 1959 (Thursday)

July 31, 1959 (Friday)

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