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  1. Google Doodle Honors Social Work Pioneer Jane Addams and Hull House in Chicago

    A Google Doodle today celebrates one of the pioneering United States social workers, Jane Addams. The Doodle depicts a pastel drawing of Hull House in Chicago, showing children being educated, being cared for by a physician, and celebrating the arts.

  2. Google Doodle Marks 50th Anniversary of King's 'I Have a Dream' Speech

    Today's Google Doodle celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.s "I Have a Dream" speech, which he gave on August 28, 1963 during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedoms at the Lincoln Memorial. Day with special logos, as it did again in January of...

  3. Animated Google Doodle Commemorates Influential Composer Claude Debussy

    Today, Google celebrates famous French composer Achille-Claude Debussy, who was born on this date 151 years ago, with an animated, musical Doodle. The Google Doodle features a historic moonlit French city scene reminiscent of the 1800s that unfolds...

  4. Google Doodle Honors Schrödinger's Cat Creator Erwin Schrödinger

    A Google Doodle today celebrates Erwin Schrödinger, a Nobel Prize winning Austrian quantum physicist, who was born on this date 126 years ago. He is most notably famous for a thought experiment called Schrödinger's cat, depicted in the logo with an...

  5. Rembrandt Self-Portrait Google Doodle Celebrates Great Dutch Painter

    Google is celebrating the 407th birthday of Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn with a new Google Doodle. Rembrandt painted almost 100 self-portraits during his lifetime, so it's only fitting that our doodle today uses one of those paintings as its...

  6. Flying Saucer Spotted in Google Doodle: How to Play the Roswell UFO Logo Game

    UFO enthusiasts will love today’s Google Doodle which celebrates the 66th anniversary of the Roswell UFO incident. The Doodle is interactive and users need to help the alien retrieve his crashed UFO pieces in order to escape planet Earth.

  7. Google Doodle Celebrates 'Where the Wild Things Are' Author Maurice Sendak

    A Google Doodle today pays tribute to the author and illustrator known for such children's books as "Where the Wild Things Are," "In the Night Kitchen", and "Outside Over There. Today's Google Doodle takes visitors on an animated journey through...

  8. Saul Bass Google Logo Celebrates Master of Movie Title Sequences

    Google Doodle Celebrates International Women’s Day 2013 Google honors iconic graphic designer Saul Bass in today's Google Doodle. The Doodle, which is actually a video, recreates some of Bass' most famous opening title sequences featuring the...

  9. Nicolaus Copernicus Animated Google Doodle Models Heliocentric Solar System

    An animated Google Doodle today celebrates Nicolaus Copernicus, the Renaissance astronomer who pushed forward the (at the time) radical idea that Earth wasn’t the center of the universe. Instead, he theorized Earth and other planets revolve around...

  10. Jackie Robinson Google Doodle Celebrates Major League Baseball Trailblazer

    Celebrating what would have been his 94th birthday, Google in honoring Jackie Robinson with his own Google Doodle. Google honors the man who broke the color barrier of Major League Baseball on the day before the start of Black History Month, and in...

  11. London Underground Google Doodle Celebrates 150 Years of the Tube

    To mark the occasion for seachers in the UK, Google has posted a Doodle on its homepage featuring its letters atop the famous map of the London Underground. The first underground electrically-operated railway made its debut 150 years ago today in...

  12. Ada Lovelace Google Doodle Celebrates First Computer Programmer

    A Google Doodle today celebrates mathematician Ada Lovelace, widely known as the world’s first computer programmer, who was born on this date 197 years ago. Her work on Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine is the first example of an algorithm meant...

  13. Clara Schumann Google Doodle Celebrates German Pianist & Composer

    Influential German pianist and mother of a brood of eight children Clara Schumann is celebrated in today’s Google Doodle, on what would have been her 193rd birthday. The Doodle shows Schumann playing piano with her children, five of whom stand in...