On May 2
1885, "Good Housekeeping" magazine was first published.
1908, "Take me out to the Ball Game" was registered for copyright.
1932, Pulitzer prize was awarded to Pearl S. Buck for The Good Earth.
1938, Pulitzer prize was awarded to Thornton Wilder for his play "Our Town."
1949, Arthur Miller wins the Pulitzer Prize for "Death of a Salesman."
1955, Pulitzer prize awarded to Tennessee Williams for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
1966, Pulitzer prize was awarded Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. for A Thousand Days, an account of the Presidency of John F. Kennedy.
This Day Websites
Bloggers are always asking what they should blog about. Visiting websites that list "this day in history" events can spur the imagination. Here's a list of that kind of website.
On This Day
The People History
Timelines of History
The History Place
This Day in History
There are lots of others, but these give nice snapshots of events.
Do you have some "inspiration" resources?