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Born on this Day in History: May 1, 1939 - Judy Collin was born in Seattle, Washington. She released her first album in 1961 at age 22. Her first gold album, 1967's Wildflowers, included her own compositions as well as a cover of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now," for which she won a Grammy Award for Best Folk Performance. In 1975, she won her second Grammy, for "Send in the Clowns." She continues to record and tour.
On this Day in History: May 1, 1942 - The 215th and final hanging occurs at California's San Quentin maximum security prison. Subsequent executions utilize the facility's gas chamber, and ultimately, inmate's choice of that or lethal injection.