July 30 in History
1898July 30, 1898:
American industrialist, Will Kieth Kellogg creates Corn Flakes.
1930July 30, 1930:
The anthology series titled "Death Valley Days" is first aired on NBC Radio.
1948July 30, 1948:
DuMont, a primetime television network, becomes the first to telecast a professional wrestling fight.
1954July 30, 1954:
American singer, actor and musician Elvis Presley becomes a member of the Memphis Federation of Musicians.
1956July 30, 1956:
The official motto of the United States of America, "In God We Trust" is approved.
1965July 30, 1965:
English rock band, The Rolling Stones releases their 4th studio album titled “Out Of Our Heads”.
1969July 30, 1969:
KAEC Television Channel 19 begins broadcasting.
1975July 30, 1975:
Former Teamsters Union President, Jimmy Hoffa disappears from Detroit and his body yet to be found.
1984July 30, 1984:
American television soap opera titled "Santa Barbara" debuts on NBC TV.
1996July 30, 1996:
Rock band ‘Sublime’ issues their self-titled album which was produced by Paul Leary and David Kahne.
2001July 30, 2001:
American rock collective, The Strokes release their first studio album titled “Is This It”.
2002July 30, 2002:
American singer and songwriter, Bruce Springsteen drops his 12th studio album titled “The Rising.”
2004July 30, 2004:
American comedy film titled "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle" premieres in the USA.