OCTOBER 4 — JUN TSUJI
Japanese anarchist, translator, musician, bohemian.
OCTOBER 4, 2009 HOLIDAYS AND FESTIVALS
London: CARRYING IN THE PUDDING, a ceremony dating to 1775, opens
pudding season with an eighty-pound meat pie, and songs such as “Ye
Pancakes and Toasted Cheese.”
ALSO ON OCTOBER 4 IN HISTORY…
1884 — First issue of Chicago anarchist paper, The Alarm.
1884 — Anarchist, bohemian Jun Tsuji born, Mukaiyanahara-machi, Asakusa-ku.
1928 — American civil rights pioneer James Forman born, Chicago, Illinois.
1967 — Radical American songwriter Woody Guthrie dies, New York City.
1970 — Rock singer Janis Joplin dies, drug overdose, Los Angeles, California.