Judge Catherine McEwen (Bankr. M.D. Fla.) sent me two articles about Washington DC attractions published in the Journal of the National Association of Bankruptcy Referees in 1932 and 1935. The articles make an interesting read.
The National Association of Bankruptcy Referees (NARB) is the same organization as the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges (NCBJ). The organization changed its name when Referees in Bankruptcy became Bankruptcy Judges. I think NCBJ has a better ring than NARB.
The 1932 NARB Journal article states that Washington D.C. was the host city for the seventh Annual NARB Conference held in 1932. That means the first Annual NARB Conference was held in 1926. NCBJ advertises this year’s Conference in D.C. as the NCBJ’s 93rd annual conference. Let’s check that out. 100 – 26 (1926) = 74 and 74 + 19 (2019) = 93. The math works.