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.
Thought I’d leave for Laredo at 8:30 am but as the 4:45 made better connections I just waited. Met Frances Neville, also Mex bound, so we walked over town together – Visited Joske’s Store – Sat in the Gunter Lounge and listened to an orchestra broadcast luncheon music. Very good – Got the 4:45 and met two people there. Vincent Rousseau from North Carolina and Jean Crawford from Colorado Springs. We went all the way together. The trip would have been terrible without their company. They scenery is boring! So different from the beautiful green around San Antonio!
Here’s what else was happening 80-year-ago today
The Nationalists occupied Balmaseda.
Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King had separate meetings with Hermann Göring and Adolf Hitler in Berlin. Mackenzie King’s diary entry that day described Hitler as “a man of deep sincerity and a genuine patriot.”
The Lewiston–Auburn shoe strike ended in defeat of the workers.
Joseph-Armand Bombardier patented the snowmobile