1908 – She was born on the 16th day of January in Astoria, Queens, New York.
1930 – She had become the first lady of the Broadway musical stage.
1951 – She won the Tony Award for Best Actress for her performance as Sally Adams in Call Me Madam.
1955 – She co-wrote volume of memoirs, “Who Could Ask for Anything More.”
1970 – She appeared as the last Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly!, a show initially written for her.
1978 – She co-wrote volume of memoirs, “Merman.”
1979 – She recorded the infamous "Ethel Merman Disco Album" with many of her signature showstoppers set to a disco beat.
1984 – She died on the 15th day of the 15th of February this year.