The average annual salary in the 1930's is 45 dollars a year
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Around 5000$ a year, while a average man made about 950$ a year.
Donald W. Anderson has written: 'Hockey that changed the world and me : $b the story of great Canadian teams of the 1930's, 40's & 50's' -- subject(s): History, Hockey, Biography, Hockey players
Jack Douglas - ice hockey - was born in 1930.
Roller Hockey Premier League was created in 1930.
John Ashley - ice hockey - was born in 1930.
Philip Turnbull - field hockey - died in 1930.
Edwin Richards - field hockey - died in 1930.
Wayne Brown - ice hockey - was born in 1930.
The president's salary was $75,000 from 1909 until 1949.
$1368 per annum. Keep in mind two things: there were almost no taxes back then, and unimployment was high, so this is an average of the mostly white collar workforce.
Average Husband - 1930 was released on: USA: 7 September 1930
George Armstrong - ice hockey - was born on 1930-07-06.
Bob Wood - ice hockey - was born on 1930-07-09.
All Japan Ice hockey Championship was created in 1930.
$5,000,000,000,00 per year
In England: Cricket, Soccer, Rugby and Hockey
The president in 1930 was Herbert Hoover. His salary was $75,000. President Hoover was the 31st president and he served from March 4, 1929 to March 4, 1933.
* on average about $640 in 1930 *on average about $700 in 1939
In the early twentieth century, 1900-1930, players did have a salary, but a small one. The thing was, if you won the World Series you would get a bonus big enough to where you did not have to work to make an income in the winter. So yes, but one where normally they would have to have another part time job to support a family.
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