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1934 and Philadelphia
Some examples of the screwball comedy are: It Happened One Night ( 1934 ), Bringing Up Baby ( 1938 ), Philadelphia Story ( 1940 ), His Girl Friday ( 1940 ), and more recently What's Up, Doc?
Brewer's 1934 map of Philadelphia.
In 1939 Philadelphia industrialist Samuel Simeon Fels commissioned Barber to write a violin concerto for Fels ' ward, Iso Briselli, a graduate from the Curtis Institute of Music the same year as Barber, 1934.
* Plaquemine was the birthplace of Major League Baseball Pitcher Bill Lee, who pitched from 1934 – 1947 for the Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Phillies and the Boston Braves.
Other pitchers who have won multiple Triple Crowns include Christy Mathewson ( 1905 and 1908 New York Giants ), Lefty Grove ( 1930 and 1931 Philadelphia Athletics ), Lefty Gomez ( 1934 and 1937 New York Yankees ), and Roger Clemens ( 1997 – 1998 Toronto Blue Jays ).
Rachmaninoff himself, a noted interpreter of his own works, played the solo piano part at the piece's premiere at the Lyric Opera House in Baltimore, Maryland, on November 7, 1934 with the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Leopold Stokowski.
Rachmaninoff, Stokowski, and the Philadelphia Orchestra made the first recording, on December 24, 1934, at RCA Victor's Trinity Church Studio in Camden, New Jersey.
* The Philadelphia Club, 1834-1934 ( 1934 )
# Curt Davis: 12 ( Philadelphia Phillies, 1934 )
" World conflicts made it impossible to hold to a strict five-year plan, but BWA has held 20 Congresses: London, 1905 ; Philadelphia, 1911 ; Stockholm, 1923 ; Toronto, 1928 ; Berlin, 1934 ; Atlanta, 1939 ; Copenhagen, 1947 ; Cleveland, 1950 ; London, 1955 ; Rio de Janeiro, 1960 ; Miami Beach, 1965 ; Tokyo, 1970 ; Stockholm, 1975 ; Toronto, 1980 ; Los Angeles, 1985 ; Seoul, 1990 ; Buenos Aires, 1995 ; Melbourne, 2000 ; Birmingham, England, 2005 ; and Honolulu, 2010.
Then, in December 1934, Lead Belly famously performed illustrating John Lomax's scheduled lecture of folk songs at a smoker and sing-along held at the national MLA meeting in Philadelphia.
The turnabout in his life was rapid and profound: Lead Belly was released from prison on August 1, 1934 ; his schedule for the last week of December that year included performances for the MLA gathering in Philadelphia, for an afternoon tea in Bryn Mawr, and for an informal gathering of professors from Columbia and NYU.
Also in 1934 William Dawson's Negro Folk Symphony was the second work by an African-American composer to be performed by a major orchestra – the Philadelphia Orchestra.
A second charter was granted by the SRIS for a college in New York, and Fratres from Philadelphia and New York met in Philadelphia on April 21, 1880 and formed a High Council, then known as the SRRCA or the Societas Rosicrucianae Reipublica Confoedera America, was later changed to the Society of Rosicrucians in the USA by Most Worthy Frater Shryock in his capacity as Supreme Magus and then properly Latinized in 1934 by & at the suggestion of Dr. William Moseley Brown under the regime of Most Worthy Frater Hamilton.
Sutton was apprehended on February 5, 1934, and was sentenced to serve 25 to 50 years in the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the machine gun robbery of the Corn Exchange Bank.
By 1934, Darrow started having the game printed on cardboard, and sold copies in long white boxes to Wanamaker's Department Store in Philadelphia.
William De Kova " Bill " White ( born January 28, 1934 in Lakewood, Florida ) is a former professional baseball first baseman who played for the New York and San Francisco Giants (, ), St. Louis Cardinals (- 65, ) and Philadelphia Phillies (- 68 ).
The United States premiere of the opera was given by the Philadelphia Grand Opera Company on March 19, 1931 at the Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House under the baton of Leopold Stokowski, and, while the UK premiere at Queen's Hall, London on 14 March 1934 was a concert performance only, the opera was given its first staged performance at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden on 22 January 1952.
* James Montgomery Beck, Class of 1880 and Trustee, United States Attorney for Pennsylvania, 1896 – 1900 ; Assistant Attorney General of the United States, 1900 – 1903 ; Solicitor General of the United States, 1921 – 1925 ; Member of United States House of Representatives, 1927 – 1934 ; and noted constitutional law scholar ; his most famous book, The Constitution of the United States ( 1924 ), sold over 50, 000 copies, including translations in German and French ; President of the Philadelphia Shakespeare Society from 1913 until his death in April 1936 ; elected a bencher of Gray ’ s Inn in 1914, being the first foreigner in 600 years to receive that distinction ; received decorations from France and Belgium
* John Francis Cardinal O ' Hara, CSC, President of Notre Dame ( 1934 – 1939 ) and Archbishop of Philadelphia ( 1951 – 1960 )
Other first productions at notable houses, opera festivals, and music ensembles include: Teatro Massimo ( 5 March 1932 ), Philadelphia Orchestra ( 30 November 1934 ), San Francisco Opera ( 16 October 1940 ), Philadelphia Opera Company ( 2 December 1941 ), Maggio Musicale Fiorentino ( 2 May 1942 ), La Fenice ( 20 April 1943 ), Festival dei Due Mondi ( 19 June 1964 ), Teatro Comunale di Bologna ( 19 November 1965 ), Lyric Opera of Chicago ( 25 September 1970 ), the Australian Opera ( Melbourne, 1972 ) and the New York City Opera ( 19 November 1973 ) among many others.

1934 and strike
* October 5 – Miners rebel in Asturias, Spain ( see Asturian miners ' strike of 1934 ).
IWW members played a role in the 1934 San Francisco general strike and the other organizing efforts by rank-and-filers within the International Longshoremen's Association up and down the West Coast.
The term " general strike " is sometimes applied to large-scale strikes of all of the workers in a particular industry, such as the Textile workers strike ( 1934 ).
A strike in 1934 was forcibly ended when Hultquist deployed a large police force.
* 1934 West Coast waterfront strike, industrial action in the United States
With one exception between 1934 until 1979, 33 drivers started the 500 ; 1947 saw 30 cars start due to a strike by certain teams affiliated with the ASPAR drivers, owners and sponsors association.
Through it all Muste continued to work as a labor activist, leading the victorious Toledo Auto-Lite strike of 1934.
In 1934 alone, there was the 1934 West Coast waterfront strike that brought all of San Francisco into a four-day general strike, the Minneapolis Teamsters Strike of 1934 that brought the Teamsters and other unions out for a strike causing the governor to declare martial law, the 1934 textile workers strike that brought hundreds of thousands of textile workers on the East Coast out on strike, as well as other strikes.

1934 and appears
However, Sayers ' first reference to Le Fanu appears in an earlier Lord Peter Wimsey novel, The Nine Tailors ( 1934 ), where he is quoted directly ( from Wylder's Hand, in the opening to the seventh " part " of Chapter II and again in the opening to the second " part " of Chapter III ) and a mysterious letter is referred to ( first by Wimsey's valet, Mervyn Bunter ) as " written by a person of no inconsiderable literary ability, who had studied the works of Sheridan Lefanu and was, if I may be permitted the expression, bats in the belfry, my lord.
The film was originally developed at Universal Pictures in late 1934 and in their 1935 development book appears as a pre-production, to star Powell.
Jack Frost appears as the title character in a 1934 release of Ub Iwerks's ComiColor Cartoons, and Martin Short plays " Jack Frost " in The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause.
The earliest circuit that is truly recognizable as a long-tailed pair in its conventional form is given by Matthews ( 1934 ) and the same circuit form appears in a patent submitted by Alan Blumlein in 1936.
There were no arms to the first sculpture, but Bellmer did fashion or find a single wooden hand, which appears among the assortment of doll parts the artist documented in an untitled photograph of 1934, as well as in several photographs of later work.
The wide-shouldered 6 ' 2 " Bond appears in more of the films on both the original and the tenth anniversary edition of the American Film Institute's 100 Years ... 100 Movies lists than any other actor, albeit always as a supporting player: It Happened One Night ( 1934 ), Bringing Up Baby ( 1938 ), Gone with the Wind ( 1939 ), The Grapes of Wrath ( 1940 ), The Maltese Falcon ( 1941 ), It's a Wonderful Life ( 1946 ) and The Searchers ( 1956 ).
The square in Bhaktapur was severely damaged by an earthquake in 1934 and hence appears more spacious than the ones at Kathmandu and Patan.
The bridge also appears to have survived the significant December 1934 flood as it is mentioned in a news article in The Argus newspaper in February 1935.
The bridge also appears to have survived the significant December 1934 flood as it is mentioned in a news article in The Argus newspaper in February 1935.
Rastapopoulos first appears in Cigars of the Pharaoh, serialised in Le Petit Vingtième from 8 December 1932, to 8 February 1934, initially as a seemingly likeable film producer.
This sculpture first appears in Escher ’ s 1934 lithograph Still Life with Spherical Mirror.
The novel appears to take place in 1934, yet the dossier indicates that Meet-The Tiger!
A 1929 Tipo 8A Castagna Transformable is featured in the 1950 film Sunset Boulevard and another appears in the 1934 film, Death Takes a Holiday with Fredric March.
Rocky Top appears on maps of the western Smokies as early as 1934, and has been a popular hiking destination since the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was created during the same period.
This appears as On Undecidable Propositions of Formal Mathematical Systems ( Davis 1965: 39ff ) and represents the lectures as transcribed by Stephen Kleene and J. Barkley Rosser while Gödel delivered them at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton N. J. in 1934.
" He " is the creation of Clark Ashton Smith and appears in his short story " The Charnel God " ( 1934 ).
The Divine Despot seems to be involved in the Heaven-and-Hell archetype, the kernel of which contains a " vital aspect " that is both positive and negative, and appears in space " as an image of loveliness with an ever attendant threatening shadow, a desolation beneath or around it " ( Bodkin 1934: 122 ; cited in Shmiefsky 1967: 721 ).
Complicating matters is the Rebirth archetype which, like the Heaven-and-Hell archetype, also involves a " vital aspect " that is simultaneously positive and negative, but which appears, not static, but rather " as a passage in time, from life to desolate death and beyond, to life renewed " ( Bodkin 1934: 122 ; cited in Shmiefsky 1967: 721 ).
The dollar sign also appears on the reverse of the 1934 $ 100, 000 note as well as the reverse of the 1917 $ 1 note.
Kalmus was married to Natalie ( née Dunfee or Dunphy ) Kalmus, whose name appears as " color coordinator " in the credits of virtually every live-action Technicolor feature released from 1934 to 1949.
The film incorrectly states that the SA was disbanded, when in fact the SA continued to exist until 1945 ; Karl's early membership in the SA would have qualified him for status as an Alte Kämpfer ( considered a high honor of the Nazi Party ); however, this is never discussed in the film and Karl appears to be finished with his Nazi affiliation after 1934.

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