Other events of 1931
Timeline of Brazilian history
President: Getúlio Vargas
Vice President: none
12 October - The statue of Christ the Redeemer, overlooking Rio de Janeiro, is consecrated.
Frente Negra Brasileira, Brazil's first Black political party, is created.
The Caiçaras Club is founded in Rio de Janeiro.
Jorge Amado - O País do Carnaval (The Country of Carnival)
Júlio Afrânio Peixoto - História da literatura brasileira
Limite, directed by Mário Peixoto
Zequinha de Abreu's piece "Tico-Tico no Farelo" is renamed "Tico-Tico no Fubá"
8 January - Ozires Silva, entrepreneur, founder of Embraer
19 January - Ottomar Pinto, politician, Governor of Roraima (2004–2007), heart attack
16 March - Augusto Boal, theatre director, writer and politician (died 2009)
2 March - Ruth Rocha, writer
31 March - Ary Fernandes, playwright, actor, producer and filmmaker (died 2010)
10 June - João Gilberto, singer and guitarist
18 June - Fernando Henrique Cardoso, 34th President of Brazil
3 September - Paulo Maluf, politician
17 October - José Alencar, politician
26 January - Graça Aranha, writer and diplomat (born 1868)
9 June - Henrique Oswald, pianist and composer (born 1852)
24 July - Nonô, footballer (born 1899)
8 September - Prince Luiz Gastão of Orléans-Braganza, descendant of the Brazilian Imperial Family (born 1911)
6 October - Oscar Cox, sportsman (born 1880)
1931 in Brazil Wikipedia
Events in the year 1931 in Brazil.