The story continues with the second journal. This is an entry from her personal diary, by Elizabeth Lancaster Letter from Arnold telling me
No post today:
Here’s what else was happening 80-years-ago today:
Congress of Industrial Organizations leader John L. Lewis gave a radio address broadcast across the United States in which he attacked the Roosevelt Administration for professing impartiality in the country’s labor disputes instead of supporting the workers. Lewis brought up the prospect of creating a farmer-labor third party movement.
Another Soviet merchant ship, the Blagoev, was attacked near Greece and sunk in the Mediterranean.
The Japanese army detachment using 38 artillery NAGase transformation in the horse factory on the east side of railway line China army shelling Xiao Wang zhuang.
Alice Marble competes in the U.S. National Championships—now known as the U.S. Open