"...for nations vague as weed, for nomads among stones, small-statured cross-faced tribes, and cobble-close families, in mill-towns on dark mornings, life is slow dying... hours giving evidence, or birth, advance, on death equally slowly. and saying so to some, means nothing; others it leaves, nothing to be said."
June 6, 1933 – The first Drive-In Theater opens, in Camden, New Jersey. The first movie shown was Wives Beware, starring Adolphe Menjou. The charge was 25¢ per person and 25¢ per automobile, with a maximum cost of $1