|Years:||1931 1932 1933 – 1934 – 1935 1936 1937|
Significant events from 1934.
- The Indiana Theater reopens after extensive renovations.
- Civil War veteran Joseph Hennel, age 92, dies. He was the father of Dr. Cora B. Hennel and Mrs. John Hendricks, both of the Indiana University faculty, and a former Vanderburg county official.
- The Allen Block on the south side of The Square is sold to Dr. Mathers. The Allen family had owned the site for more than 100 years. Originally housing Allen Hardware, it was occupied at the time by Thrasher Brothers Hardware and the Oakley Grocery Store.
- The Tourner Jewelry Store moves from 121 SouthWalnut Street to a new location in the Indiana Theater.
- 2nd - Sheridan Skidmore and Clifford Blair hold up the store of Ray Blakely on south Dunn Street, holding two store attendants at gunpoint while rifling the cash register.
- 21st - A mattress factory, part of the government relief work projects, starts operations at 112 E. 3rd Street.
C. C. Smallwood sells the Bloomington Wholesale Grocery to Schnull & Company of Indianapolis. His employee, John Van Buskirk, opens a new retail grocery at the corner of 6th Street and Madison Street.