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* Alfred Austin ( 1835 1913 ), British poet
* Clinton B. Ford ( 1913 1992 ), who specialized in the observation of variable stars.
Albert Camus (; 7 November 1913 4 January 1960 ) was an algerian born author, journalist, and philosopher.
* 1913 Keiko Fukuda, Japanese-American martial artist
* 1864 Juhan Liiv, Estonian poet ( d. 1913 )
* 1913 Nina Schenk Gräfin von Stauffenberg, Russian-German wife of Claus von Stauffenberg ( d. 2006 )
* 1913 Otto Witte, an acrobat, is purportedly crowned King of Albania.
* 1913 First production in the UK of stainless steel by Harry Brearley.
* 1913 Makarios III, Greek archbishop and politician, 1st President of Cyprus ( d. 1977 )
* 1913 Fred Davis, English snooker player ( d. 1998 )
* 1996 Jean Le Moyne, Canadian journalist and politician ( b. 1913 )
* 1913 A major labour dispute, known as the Wheatland Hop Riot, starts in Wheatland, California.
* 1913 Mel Tolkin, Ukrainian writer ( d. 2007 )
* 1972 Giannis Papaioannou, Turkish-Greek musician and composer ( b. 1913 )
* 1977 Makarios III, Greek archbishop and politician, 1st President of the Republic of Cyprus ( b. 1913 )
* 1913 George Van Eps, American guitarist ( d. 1998 )
* 1913 Paul Dean, American baseball player ( d. 1981 )
* Adrian Quist ( 1913 1991 ), Australian male tennis player
* 1913 Tōhoku Imperial University of Japan ( modern day Tohoku University ) becomes the first university in Japan to admit female students.
* 1913 Completion of the Royal Navy battlecruiser.
* 1913 Menachem Begin, Israeli politician, 6th Prime Minister of Israel, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 1992 )
* 1913 Richard L. Bare, American director
Alfred Russel Wallace, OM, FRS ( 8 January 1823 7 November 1913 ) was a British naturalist, explorer, geographer, anthropologist and biologist.
* 1913 John Argyris, Greek scientist ( d. 2004 )

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* Atlas ( automobile ), an American automobile manufactured from 1907 to 1913
* 1913 Richard Simmons, American actor ( d. 2003 )
* 1913 Don DeFore, American actor ( d. 1993 )
* 1913 Walt Kelly, American animator and cartoonist ( d. 1973 )
* 1913 Jack Dreyfus, American businessman, founded the Dreyfus Corporation ( d. 2009 )
* 1913 Richard Tucker, American tenor ( d. 1975 )
* 1837 J. P. Morgan, American financier ( d. 1913 )
* 1913 Bob Scheffing, American baseball player and manager ( d. 1985 )
* 1913 Noah Beery, Jr., American actor ( d. 1994 )
* 1913 Robert Hayden, American poet ( d. 1980 )
* 1913 Earl Bostic, American jazz musician ( d. 1965 )
* 1913 Charles Vanik, American politician ( d. 2007 )
* Buffalo nickel or Indian Head nickel, an American nickel five-cent piece minted from 1913 to 1938
The 1913 Handbook of Indians of Canada ( reprinting 1907 material from the Bureau of American Ethnology ), claims that North American natives practicing cannibalism included "... the Montagnais, and some of the tribes of Maine ; the Algonkin, Armouchiquois, Iroquois, and Micmac ; farther west the Assiniboine, Cree, Foxes, Chippewa, Miami, Ottawa, Kickapoo, Illinois, Sioux, and Winnebago ; in the South the people who built the mounds in Florida, and the Tonkawa, Attacapa, Karankawa, Caddo, and Comanche (?
Cordwainer Smith pronounced CORDwainer was the pseudonym used by American author Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger ( July 11, 1913 August 6, 1966 ) for his science fiction works.
Holland, minister of the Ottawa church, in 1898, Samuel A. Eliot, President of the American Unitarian Association in 1908, Charles Huntingdon Pennoyer, minister of the Halifax Universalist Church in 1909, and Horace Westwood, a Unitarian minister in Winnipeg in 1913.
* 1913 Muriel Rukeyser, American poet ( d. 1980 )
* 1913 Delmore Schwartz, American poet ( d. 1966 )
* 1913 Eleanor Holm, American swimmer ( d. 2004 )
* 1913 Mary Martin, American actor and singer ( d. 1990 )

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