x - Radio People on one ship can talk to people on another.
x - Technology A picture, broken into dots, is sent by wire.
x - Technology Kodak introduces home movie equipment.
x - Neon advertising signs.
x - Salten's 'Bambi'
x - Music Gershwin's 'Rhapsody in Blue'
x - First Triumph motor car launched0151555478
x - The first news photo ever sent by wireless the ruins of the American Embassy in Tokyo after a major earthquake s.sep 01 1923 is radioed to The Times from Honolulu.
x - Fire in Berkeley, CA destroys 600 buildings and kills 60 people.
x - Whooping cough vaccine
x - The first legal birth control clinic in the U.S., the Clinical Research Bureau, opens in New York City.
x - Arthur H. Estabrook publishes his study "The Tribe of Ishmael" ("American Gypsies")
x - USA Widespread Ku Klux Klan violence
x - e. e. cummings's "tulips and chimneys"
x - Politics Stanley Balwin becomes Britian's prime minister when Bonar Law resigns.
x - California establishes the gasoline tax as a major source of revenue for highway maintenance and construction. The state is on its way to being the leading automobile society in the world.
x - Football immortals Jim Thorpe and Ernie Nevers bring the Duluth Eskimos to play an exhibition game at Moreing Field
x - USAFilm Buster Keaton's Our Hospitality.
x - Buffalo, NY, USAAviation Reuben H. Fleet launched the Consolidated Aircraft Co.
x - USSR Lenin builds the first forced-labor camps. The country begins to recover from its economic slump, and gold is discovered in Siberia.
x - G. Ramon in France develops a new tetanus vaccine.
x - Yankee Stadium opens in New York City
x - Le Mans, France conducts its first 24-hour Grand Prix auto race.
x - Aviation Aeroflot, the state airline of the USSR, is founded.
x - John Maynard Keynes publishes his famous economic tome A Tract on Monetary Reform.
x - Canine star Rin Tin Tin makes his film debut.
x - U.S. institution population for mental defectives reaches 43,000.
x - 33,971 students in special education programs.
x - Aimee Semple Macpherson opens the Angelus Temple.
x - Sacramento buys 236 acres of marshy land south of Y Street (later Broadway), drains it, plants 4,000 trees and 6,000 shrubs and calls it William Land Park.
x - Several resolutions endorsing a farmer-labor party are presented to the AFL convention, but they are defeated by a wide margin.
x - Firestone introduces its balloon tire.
x - Jordan becomes an autonomous state but remains a British protectorate.
x - The height of the mah jong craze in the United States, mah jong sets numbered 6th inexports from Shanghai totaling in excess of $1.5 million.
x - 16 mm nonflammable film makes its debut.3829005199
x - Riza Shah Pahlevi becomes the prime minister of Iran.
x - Irish civil war ends, and the rebels sign a peace treaty.
x - The Sinn Fein is split.
x - Sigmund Freud in Austria publishes his famous psychology tome The Ego and the Id ("Das Ich und das Es").
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