PRINCESSES OF 1934 Women in the news of 1934 include heiress Barbara Hutton, just back from her honeymoon after her marriage to Prince Mdivani of Georgia, and Princess Marina of Greece arriving in London to meet her fiance the Duke of Kent.
PRINCESS MARINA AND WOMEN'S FOOTBALL TEAM Princess Marina of Greece and her fiance the Duke of Kent at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. A women's football team in Northwestern Ohio scrimmages in full protective gear.
COINS EMBEDDED IN LIQUOR BOTTLES In an attempt to prevent bootleggers from selling counterfeit liquor in name brand bottles, liquor companies embedded coins in the bottom of liquor bottles in hopes that the drinkers would break the bottle to get the money out.
STORM DAMAGE AND HOUSING PROJECT DEMOLITIONS Damages to the Seattle waterfront in the aftermath of one of the worst storms in Pacific Northwest history in 1934. War on the Nation's slums was declared concurrently in Savannah, Georgia where, as part of the New Deal's federal housing project, Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes sets off the initial blast in a series of demolitions for new development. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
LA GUARDIA'S ANTI-GAMBLING CAMPAIGN Mayor La Guardia smashes slot machines as part of an anti-gambling campaign in New York City. He and a group of city workers throw the machines off a boat into the river.
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