|Years:||1929 1930 1931 – 1932 – 1933 1934 1935|
Significant events from 1932.
- The Dixie Dairy moves from Smithville Road to Bloomfield Road. Owner H.J. Thompson purchased the Joseph Dinsmore farm from Dinsmore's descendants.
- 1st The South Walnut Sheet Metal Works at 1412 South Walnut Street opens. Owners are O. W. Woolems and C. V. Starr. Both are former employees of the Bloomington Radiator and Sheet Metal Works, and Starr was proprietor of the Starr Tin Shop.
- Mary Elizabeth Payne buys a 130-acre farm on Bean Blossom Creek from Mrs. Emma Wylie.
- Jewel thieves steal hundreds of dollars of jewels from the home of Joseph Hunter at 404 S. High Street.
- John Baker shoots and kills his 20-year-old son Leonard at their home on Victor Road. The two were heavily drunk on bootleg whiskey.
- 16th - Bernice Adams shoots Frank Hartfield, her common-law husband. She claimed it was in self-defense.
- 30th - Fire damages the J. B. Smallwood building on north Morton Street between 8th Street and 9th Street. Damage was estimated at over $400.