Wednesday 31 December 1924, NewYear’s Eve
It was Wednesday, under the sign of Capricorn. The US president was Calvin Coolidge (Republican).
The Last Laugh, directed by F.W. Murnau, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1924
But much more happened that day: find out below..
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Have a look at the old newspapers from 31 December 1924 and get them!
Which were the most popular movies released in the last 30 days ?
Which were the important events of 31 December 1924 ?
- New Year's Eve on the Gregorian Calendar.
See other famous people born on 31 December
Victoria Draves: United States -- Platform / springboard diver (1948 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
Taylor Mead: American writer, actor and performer.
- Hubble announces existence of distant galaxies
Which were the top hits in that special week of December 1924 ?
Top #1 songs in the USA
I Want to be Happy - Jan Garber & His Orchestra
Search For Your Ancestors
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CD and DVD Birthday Cards
What news were making the headlines those days in December 1924?
- Time: TIME Magazine Cover: Charles Evans Hughes -- Dec. 29, 1924
- Science: Science vol. 60 issue 1565
- Time: TIME Magazine Cover: King Alfonso XIII -- Dec. 22, 1924
Which were the most popular books released in the last weeks ?
Edna Ferber’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel is a rollicking panorama of Chicago's high and low life at the turn of the twentieth century—now available in a limited Olive Edition.“A
The Plastic Age is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by Percy Marks is in the English language, and may not include graphics or images from the original edition.
TITLE: THE LITTLE FRENCH GIRL By ANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK 1924 AUTHOR: ANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) / COPYRIGHT: GROSSET & DUNLAP, NY 1924 EDITION: First Edition assumed for Grosset CATEGORY: Children, Rare BINDING/COVER: Hardback with dust jacket COLOR: Blue
tale of a youth, that is utterly impatient of the muddle of the world, & bitterly resentful that it is expected to set right the muddle of centuries
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