This is Julius Daranyi who had arrived in Washington with his theater group for a week of performances. On June 8th — for some inexplicable reason — he was made policeman for a day to direct traffic. Of course, the Washington Post reported on it.
Julius Daranyi, one of the stars with Singer’s midgets playing at B. F. Keith‘s theater this week, will become a member of the District of Columbia’s police force today and take up his first detail at Fourteenth and G streets, at 12:30 o’clock, where he will direct traffic.
- Midgets for Coolidge (ghostsofdc.org)
- Falls Church: Washington’s Quaint Suburb (ghostsofdc.org)
- Library of Congress: Oldest Federal Cultural Institution in America (ghostsofdc.org)