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Tuesday September 4, 1934

School!  Not so hard as I had expected with crowded conditions – Forty six 8th in my home room to being with.     Went to girls chorus with Mrs. Burdette.   Given up on the apartment idea….


Here’s a look at what else was happening 80-years-ago today.

The Senate Munitions Committee met for the first time in the Caucus Room of the Senate Office Building to investigate whether arms makers had unduly influenced the U.S. decision to enter World War I in 1917

Eight were killed by bombs in Havana during a nationwide strike of government workers. President Carlos Mendieta promised a relaxation of martial law

Albuquerque Journal Sept 4, 1934
Albuquerque Journal Sept 4, 1934