The story continues with the second journal. This is an entry from her personal diary, . by Elizabeth Lancaster Carsey 80-years-ago. Click here to read more.
Carsey came about 12 – Had lunch at Jewett’s walked around by Junior High and to the church. Played the organ for a while. Went to Kiplings for a cup of coffee. Carsey was cold – had left his coat at the house. On the way home we stopped at the Yucca to see “Gold diggers of 1937” Fair but rather funny. He had to leave immediately after the show! Surely was a nice visit-
Here’s what else was happening 80-years-ago today.
The great Ohio River Flood of 1937 continues as does the rain, this is Front Street in Marietta, Ohio – and a four mile area of Cincinnati burns
It’s the very first day of the first Daytona Bike week with the inaugural running of the Daytona 200.
The story continues with the second journal. This is an entry from her personal diary, written by Elizabeth Lancaster Carsey 80-years-ago. Click here to read more
Letter from Salt Lake Public Schools – Am going to answer it soon. Took another long walk today with Alyce Claire. This time Mary went along. Got food card at Cafeteria. Wrote several days ago to the Matson Steamship line in Los Angeles about routes and prices. Also wrote to L.A. Chamber of Commerce about other steamship offices. Ty-Ty says Dad is planning to be here the 25th for two days. Surely hope he can make it this time.
Left Van Horn at 3:45 A.M after a hectic day of packing. Saw Copenhavers and lost my money but Junior lent me enough to get to Roswell – Very nice trip over. Did not deliver Mrs. Ballard’s polvera* in the scramble . Mrs. Burdette me-
What else was happening 80-years-ago-today.
The college All-star football game between the best college players and the Chicago Bears was played at Soldier Field in Chicago.
The German press office announced that 65,000 Jews had emigrated from Germany since Hitler became chancellor on January 30, 1933. 21,000 of them had gone to France, 10,000 to Palestine, 8,000 to Poland and 4,000 to Czecheslovakia.
The Nightmare of 1934 painting was vandalized by an illegal immigrant who set it on fire because he found it offensive to the Roosevelt family.