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Outstanding News Events of 1933 (6 vintage prints)

Outstanding News Events of 1933 (6 vintage prints)

A collection of six professionally printed photos detailing some of the most interesting news stories from 1933. Most include a wide shot of the event, inset with the person central to that story. Included are:

  • A shot of factory workers, inset with a photo of Hugh S. Johnson, for a story detailing the National Recovery Act arm of Roosevelt's New Deal
  • Wiley Post with his record setting monoplane "Winnie Mae"
  • The arrival of seaplanes from Italy, bound for the Century of Progress exposition in Chicago, inset with an image of Italo Balbo, the Italian Air Minister who organized the flight
  • A shot of the trial of Harvey J. Bailey and Albert Bates for their kidnapping of Charles F. Urschel. This photo was part of a larger story of the new Lindberg Law, geared towards quelling kidnappings in the United States
  • A shot of gold being loaded into a federal reserve bank, inset with an image of President Roosevelt, as part of a story detailing depression era monetary policy.
  • A shot of J.P. Morgan taking the stand to testify about his brokerages dealings.

Prints are on 6.5x8.5" photographic paper (except for Morgan photo, which is 5x7") and in excellent condition outside of minor edge wear.


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