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May 4th in Seal Beach History

On this date in 1933, the Seal Beach city council took measures to balance the general fund  by instituting a new work schedule and pay for the city’s water, street, and janitors. 87 more words

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Willy Street Firsts

The First New Beer’s Eve

Midnight on April 7, 1933. 

Five thousand thirsty Madisonians throng Williamson Street around the city’s only remaining brewery, the Fauerbach. They crowd the bar and sing beer-garden songs as the first cases are handed out at the… 23 more words

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April 26 in San Antonio history...

Carol Creighton Burnett is born in San Antonio, near W. Commerce and Rosillo streets.

The San Antonio Transit Company begins employing “Transettes,”  young women in green suits who will be  stationed at points in downtown San Antonio and will make change, sell nickel passes, tokens and zone tickets and offer information on how to get places and when. 40 more words


REVIEW: Duck Soup (1933)

1933, Paramount Pictures

Leo McCarey
Herman J. Mankiewicz
Bert Kalmar
Harry Ruby
Arthur Sheekman
Nat Perrin
Henry Sharp… 575 more words

Film Reviews

State Fair (1933)

Director: Henry King

Philip Stong’s popular novel about a family making their yearly voyage to the Iowa State Fair was first adapted as this slice-of-life drama before Rodgers & Hammerstein had their way with it. 249 more words


The Telegraph Trail (1933)

Director: Tenny Wright

John Wayne and his horse “Duke” made a total of six B-westerns for Warner Brothers in the pre-Code era. The Telegraph Trail… 204 more words


Early 65: knife-edge dash top

Nick Boorman is restoring an early 65; especially intriguing as it is in the first 15 or so cars still in existence on the Survivors’ Register, but it was not registered until 1934 – towards the end of the 65 run. 325 more words