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1. 1920's Womens Hairstyles
The early 1920's experienced major progress in the transition of women's hairstyles from the traditional long-hair styles of the Victorian era in the nineteenth century - to new short-hair styles like "the bob", a process that first began during the great war (WW1). The original straight, plain, ...
2. 1920's Womens Fashion
Education - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:42:50
1920's ladies fashions featured brighter and more vibrant colors than fashions from the previous decades, including the Victorian era. Following on from the depressing circumstances of the Great War (Now known as World War 1) and the post-war recession, most people were hoping for a better fu...
3. 1920's Car Advertisements
Culture & Society - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:40:57
The following is a selection of 1920's car advertisements taken from my vintage automobile Ad collection that illustrate the beautiful cars and fantastic color illustrations that are typical of automobile advertising throughout most of the 1920's era.
Prior to the advent of television and...
4. 1920's Cars
Cars - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:43:36
1920's cars were a vast improvement over automobiles from earlier decades due to the rapid pace of major advancements in 1920's automobile design and engineering. At the start of the 1920's motor cars were still relatively basic, although a huge improvement over earlier automobiles and prior tran...
5. The 1920's
Cars - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:50:26
The decade of the nineteen-twenties was an era of great exhuberence and enthusiasm with strong parallels to today, and is often referred to as the roaring twenties. The current decade is almost a re-run of the 1920's. The Stock Market crash of October 1929 and the following great depression are d...
Culture & Society - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:44:22
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