July 30 – Today’s Food History
Events of July 30
Today’s Food History
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1739 Caspar Wistar founded the first successful large scale glass factory in the U.S. in Allowaystown, New Jersey.
1838 It supposedly rained frogs in London.
1849 Jacob Perkins died. Perkins was issued the first U.S. patent for a refrigerating machine. It used sulfuric ether compression.
1946 Jeffrey Hammond of the music group ‘Jethro Tull’ was born.
1963 Lisa Marie Diane Kudrow was born. American actress, her first major TV role was as the strange waitress on ‘Mad About You.’
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