July 15: Commercial air travel between the U.S. & U.S.S.R. begins.
July 15: Computer powerhouse Intel is founded by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore
July 17: The Beatle’s animated “Yellow Submarine” premieres in London.
July 24: Arlo Guthrie performs his 20 minute ballad “Alice’s Restaurant” to rave reviews at the Newport (Rhode Island) Folk Festival.
July 26: Olivia Williams is born in Camden Town, London, England.
July 26: Decca records withdraws the release of the Rolling Stones’ “Beggars Banquet,” objecting to the cover depicting a graffiti-covered toilet. It’s later released with a more subdued “invitation” sleeve.
The Whole World Was Watching: An oral history of 1968. A joint project between South Kingstown High School and Brown University’s Scholarly Technology Group
Timelines of History
Wikipedia Music Timeline
Frank Eugene Smitha’s Macrohistory and World Report