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American cartoon on the establishment of Prohibition in the United States in 1920.
Texas Guinan (1884-1933), Queen of the Nightclubs, in one of the New York City speakeasies that she operated during Prohibition in the 1920s. Oil over a photograph.
CHORUS GIRLS, 1924.
Cover of the American 'Theatre Magazine,' August 1924.
VANITY FAIR, 1927.
Cover of 'Vanity Fair' magazine, December 1927.
CHORUS GIRL, 1924.
A chorus girl bows to a very young admirer. Cover of the American 'Theatre Magazine,' October 1924.
HELD: SWEET SEXTEEN, 1926.
'Sweet Sexteen.' Cover for 'Life,' 1926, by John Held, Jr.
USA: Flapper (american lifestyle emancipated women) - young painter - Published by: 'Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung' 06 / 1924 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
DOROTHY THOMPSON (1894-1961).
American journalist. Photographed 1928.
VALENTINO DANCING TANGO.
Rudolph Valentino (1895-1926) dancing the tango with Alice Terry. Oil over a photograph, c1923.
MOVIE THEATER, 1920s.
Interior of an unidentified New York City motion picture theatre showing a film with Buster Keaton. Oil over a photograph, 1920s.
(1900-1948). Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald. American writer and wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940).
SILENT FILM: DRINKING.
A Sunday afternoon in Forest Park, St. Louis, Missouri, in the 1920s.
SILENT FILM STILL: PARTIES.
ZIEGFELD FOLLIES, c1920.
A Ziegfeld Follies dancer and model posing with a doll. Photograph, c1920.
(1900-1948). Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald. American writer and wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Photograph, 1931.
AMERICA: AUTOMAT, c1925.
A young woman getting a beverage from an automatic dispensing machine at an 'automat' restaurant. Oil over a photograph, c1925.
(1898-1937). American composer. George Gershwin with the sheet music for his Rhapsody in Blue: oil over a photograph, 1924, the year it was first performed.
An American official dumping kegs of bootleg liquor into the sewer during Prohibition. Photograph, c1925.
GREAT GATSBY COVER, 1925.
Cover of the first edition, 1925, of 'The Great Gatsby' by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
FASHION: TOP HAT, 1920s.
SILENT FILM STILL: DRINKING.
MARGARET GORMAN, 1921.
Margaret Gorman of Washington, D.C., the first Miss America, at Atlantic City, New Jersey. Oil over a photograph, 1921.
Philadelphia public safety director Butler destroying kegs of bootleg beer, the contents of which had been poured into the Schuylkill River. Oil over a photograph, 1924.
WOMEN'S FASHION, c1922.
Printed, re-embroidered voile evening dress by Callot Soeurs, c1922.
FILM STILL: WEDDING.
JOHN HELD, JR. CARTOON.
'The Girl He Left Behind.' Watercolor, 1920s, by John Held, Jr. (1889-1958), American cartoonist.
SILENT FILM STILL: ACCIDENTS.
CARTOON: PROHIBITION, 1920.
'Now then, all together, 'My country 'tis of thee.' Cartoon published the day after National Prohibition became law in the United States in 1920. Cartoon by Rollin Kirby, 18 January 1920.
Revenue agents with confiscated bootleg liquor at Washington, D.C. Oil over a photograph, 1922.
FILM STILL: HAMMOCK.
Actress Marie Prevost (1898-1937) in a scene from a silent film, 1920s.
ATLANTIC CITY, 1920s.
Summer crowds at the seaside resort of Atlantic City, New Jersey, during the 1920s. From a stereograph.
SILENT FILM: RESTAURANT.
DANCE: CHARLESTON, 1918.
CARTOON: SUFFRAGE, 1920.
'The End of the Climb.' Cartoon published upon the proclamation of the adoption of the 19th (Women Suffrage) Amendment to the United States Constitution. Cartoon by Rollin Kirby, 1920.
CARTOON: BOBBED HAIR, 1925.
'The King is Dead - Long Live the Queen!' Cartoon on the craze for 'bobbed' hair. Cartoon by Rollin Kirby, 1925.
SILENT FILM STILL: COUPLES.
FILM STILL: EATING & DRINKING.
SILENT FILM STILL: PARTIES.
COLE PORTER (1893-1964).
American composer and lyricist. Photographed in the late 1920s by Nickolas Muray.
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