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April Fool's Day, 1932

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Elephant-Headed Cow (1932)
The Dutch magazine Het Leven ran a photo of a woman milking a cow with the head of an elephant.
Courthouse Cracks (1932)
"No, the courthouse cracks aren't this big yet. This was concocted by a waggish Journal photographer and an equally waggish Journal artist as an April fool joke on the picture page editor and here it is passed along to the defenseless reader. It is certain that one reader — Architect Ross — won't think it funny. If it will serve as a somewhat belated warning against April fool pranksters it will have served its purpose."

[The Milwaukee Journal - Apr 1, 1932]
Flying Bicycle (1932) A German newspaper ran a picture of an inventor testing a flying bicycle over Tempelhof airfield in Berlin. The picture was actually a photomontage created from a shot of the inventor taken the previous month, as he prepared to test his "rocket bicycle" on a rooftop at Tempelhof.
Florine McKinney April Fool (1932) Actress Florine McKinney posed for an April Fool photo.
San Antonio Postoffice Burns (1932) "Government fire boats steamed up the San Antonio River, two navy Zeppelins dropped chemicals, but all efforts to save the San Antonio postoffice early this morning were unavailing. The fire was incendiary, as shown by the flames spurting from all windows at the same time. Thousands of April 1 bills were destroyed. Maybe we will get our new postoffice now. Perhaps you have guessed, it's only APRIL FOOL." [San Antonio Light - Apr 1, 1932]