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In 1931, along with Vogel State Park, it became a founding unit of Georgia's state park system.
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However, in 1931, gambling was legalized throughout the state of Nevada, along with Las Vegas and Reno.
Such observations of Heidegger, along with a critique of Max Scheler, were put into a lecture Husserl gave to various Kant Societies in Frankfurt, Berlin, and Halle during 1931 entitled Phänomenologie und Anthropologie.
Resorts for naturalists were established at a rapid pace along the northern coast of Germany during the 1920s, and by 1931, Berlin itself had 40 naturalists ' societies and clubs.
Nicholas refused to grant the bride or their son, George Mikhailovich ( 1910 – 1931 ) a title initially, legitimising George and incorporated him into the Russian nobility under the name " Brassov " in 1915, although he used the title of count under the monarchy from 1915 and, along with his mother, was granted a princely prefix in exile by Cyril Vladimirovich, Grand Duke of Russia in 1928.
In 1931 Manchuria came under the control of the Japanese puppet state Manchukuo, taking the Mongol areas in the Manchurian provinces ( i. e. Hulunbuir and Jirim leagues ) along.
During a financial crisis he experienced in 1931, most of his collection ( along with his friend Paul Éluard's ) was auctioned.
After the breakup of his third marriage, and his flight to Brazil in 1931 ( with his new love, Mady ), Foujita traveled and painted all over Latin America, giving hugely successful exhibitions along the way.
Ole-Johan Dahl ( 12 October 1931 – 29 June 2002 ) was a Norwegian computer scientist and is considered to be one of the fathers of Simula and object-oriented programming along with Kristen Nygaard.
along with Southern California's Occidental College and the California Institute of Technology Beatrix Farrand completed design work for the Pennsylvania School for Horticulture for Women ( 1931 – 32 ).
OKeh started the PNY-34000 series ( along with the Odeon ONY-36000 series ) lasting until late 1930 or early 1931.
In 1931, the Spanish Second Republic gave the castle to the city of Palma, along with the forest surrounding it.
He first arrived around 1858 in New York City, where he was " probably one of those Chinese mentioned in gossip of the sixties as peddling ' awful ' cigars at three cents apiece from little stands along the City Hall park fence – offering a paper spill and a tiny oil lamp as a lighter ", according to author Alvin Harlow in Old Bowery Days: The Chronicles of a Famous Street ( 1931 ).
Clearly linking Objectivism's principles with Imagism's, Louis Zukofsky insisted, in his introduction to the 1931 Objectivist issue of Poetry, on writing " which is the detail, not mirage, of seeing, of thinking with the things as they exist, and of directing them along a line of melody.
The government of Campbell County went bankrupt in 1931 during the Great Depression and it, along with Milton County to the north, was absorbed into Fulton County when 1932 began.
In 1931 Theodore Bettendorff began work on what would come to be known as Castle Vianden which is located along what is now U. S. Route 14.
In 1931 that area along with section of Godwin was proposed to become the village of Emerson but failed at the ballot box.
The first mayor, James L. Willingham ( in office from 1929 – 1931 ), ran on the promise to clean Brentwood up and eliminate the casinos, along with the hoodlums who hung around them, which he did.
When the village was incorporated in 1931, it consisted of a long, narrow tract of land that was centered along Cedar Swamp Road ( Route 107 ).
On March 27, 1930 the gates on the Conklingville Dam were closed and by 1931 what had once been a beautiful river valley with the many communities along its banks was lost forever as the Sacandaga Reservoir was created.
The song served as one of the de facto national anthems of the United States ( along with songs like " Hail, Columbia ") before the adoption of " The Star-Spangled Banner " as the official anthem in 1931.
A list of several hundred such fees held in chief between 1198 and 1292, along with their holders ' names and form of tenure, was published in three volumes between 1920 and 1931 and is known as The Book of Fees ; it was developed from the 1302 Testa de Nevill.
In 1941, Warners sold the Brunswick and Vocalion labels to American Decca ( which Warners had a financial interest in ), along with all masters recorded prior to December 1931.
The company's image and target market were quickly changed, marked particularly by the introduction in 1931 of the first Bedford truck, which was Chevrolet based, along with the low-cost two-litre Vauxhall Cadet.
The era of radio telescopes ( along with radio astronomy ) was born with Karl Guthe Jansky's serendipitous discovery of an astronomical radio source in 1931.
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In 1931 Mrs. F. H. Briggs, agent and chief operator, who was to retire in 1946 with thirty years' service, led agency offices in sales for the year with $2,490.
Alfons Maria Jakob ( 2 July 1884, Aschaffenburg / Bavaria – 17 October 1931, Hamburg ) was a German neurologist with important contributions on neuropathology.
Buffalo City Hall | City Hall in Buffalo, New York | Buffalo, New York ; John Wade with George Dietel, built 1929 – 1931
Since the implementation of the Statute of Westminster 1931 in each of the Commonwealth realms ( on successive dates from 1931 onwards ), the Act of Settlement cannot be altered in any realm except by that realm's own parliament and, by convention, only with the consent of all the other realms, as it touches on the succession to the shared throne.
However, legislating for alterations to the Act is a complex process, since the act is a common denominator in the shared succession of all the Commonwealth realms and the Statute of Westminster 1931 acknowledges by established convention that any changes to the rules of succession may be made only with the agreement of all of the states involved, with concurrent amendments to be made by each state's parliament or parliaments.
Following the Leipzig premiere, the opera was presented in Berlin in December 1931 at the Theater am Schiffbauerdamm conducted by Alexander von Zemlinsky with Lotte Lenya as Jenny, Trude Hesterberg as Begbick, and Harald Paulsen as Jimmy.
According to her diaries, Vol. 1, 1931 – 1934, Nin shared a bohemian lifestyle with Henry Miller during her time in Paris.
According to Volume I of her diaries, 1931 – 1934, published in 1966 ( Stuhlmann ), Nin first came across erotica when she returned to Paris with her mother and two brothers in her late teens.
Prior to 1931, as soon as the first necessary run to win the game scored, the play was over, and the batter was credited only with the number of bases needed to drive in the winning run.
Soon, however, the Liberals faced another divisive crisis when a National Government was proposed to fight the 1931 general election with a mandate for tariffs.
The leading figures of the second generation of historical dance research include Shirley Wynne and her Baroque Dance Ensemble which was founded at Ohio State University in the early 1970s and Wendy Hilton ( 1931 – 2002 ), a student of Belinda Quirey who supplemented the work of Melusine Wood with her own research into original sources.
The honour had already been proposed in 1931 and 1956, but was vetoed after a Foreign Office report raised concerns over Chaplin's political views and private life ; it was felt that honouring him would damage both the reputation of the British honours system and relations with the United States.
Although not formalised and acknowledged as a mythos per se, Lovecraft did correspond with contemporary writers ( Clark Ashton Smith, Robert E. Howard, Robert Bloch, Frank Belknap Long, Henry Kuttner, and Fritz Lieber – a group referred to as the " Lovecraft Circle ") – and shared story elements: Robert E. Howard's character Friedrich Von Junzt reads Lovecraft's Necronomicon in the short story " The Children of the Night " ( 1931 ), and in turn Lovecraft mentions Howard's Unaussprechlichen Kulten in the stories " Out of the Aeons " ( 1935 ) and " The Shadow Out of Time " ( 1936 ).
Tombaugh discovered nearly 800 asteroids during his search for Pluto and years of follow-up searches looking for another candidate for the postulated Planet X. Tombaugh is also credited with the discovery of comet C / 1931 AN, though its orbit is currently unknown.
Along with the Statute of Westminster, 1931 this changed the way the British parliamentary monarchy ruled the overseas dominions, moving from a colonial British Empire towards a new structure for the interaction between the Commonwealth Realms and the Crown.
The first electrically amplified guitar was designed in 1931 by George Beauchamp, General Manager at National Guitar Corporation with Paul Barth who was Vice President.
Rickenbacker offered a cast aluminum electric steel guitar, nicknamed " The Frying Pan " or " The Pancake Guitar ", developed in 1931 with production beginning in the summer of 1932.
Lang's magnum opus, M — released in 1931, two years before his departure from Germany — is among the first major crime films of the sound era to join a characteristically noirish visual style with a noir-type plot, one in which the protagonist is a criminal ( as are his most successful pursuers ).
Popular films in the genre such as Little Caesar ( 1931 ), The Public Enemy ( 1931 ), and Scarface ( 1932 ) demonstrated that there was an audience for crime dramas with morally reprehensible protagonists.