"A Day I Will Never Forget." - Special Agent Tom McDade, November 27, 1934

Recently, the Museum was afforded the opportunity to preserve and utilize an amazing piece of 1930s FBI history. Ray Batvinis, of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, introduced us to Jared McDade, who was looking for a way to share a 1934-1938 diary that belonged to his father, Special Agent Tom McDade.

McDade’s diary offers a window into his life as an FBI agent, from everyday details to thrilling car chases and shootouts. Learn more on the Museum’s blog.

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