Louis XVI is guillotined, the first nuclear-powered submarine launches, the nation catches "Saturday Night Fever," and President Reagan's second inauguration heads indoors, all on this day.
1985: The inauguration of President Ronald Reagan to a second term, already postponed a day because Jan. 20 fell on a Sunday, becomes the second inauguration in history moved indoors because of freezing temperatures and high winds. The parade was canceled altogether. Reagan is seen here being sworn in inside the rotunda at the U.S. Capitol.
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Courtesy: UW-La Crosse Professor Greg Wegner
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