It is my first set from the 1930s, which is the decade that really saw trading cards move from from being inserted with cigarettes to being inserted with candy; it is also when they moved from being marketed to adult connoisseurs to kids, something the hobby still hasn't truly shaken.
I have 9 of the 15 cards from this set, or 60%. Not bad for a set that's 82 years old!
Trading Card Database.
As a side note, the 1-year anniversary of my starting Cardboard History came and went and I totally zoned out on it. Not only did I not realize it until 2 days later, I even made a post on the 1-year anniversary and didn't even think to say anything. Duh! (11/22/2014-11/22/2015)