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    • Chiffonelle

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    • Light silk unboned corset covering undergarment. During the next decade this will be the only undergarment worn by the slim and trim (designed by Graftons)
    • Swimwear

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    • The astonishing change in brevity of women's swimwear in less than a decade is shown in the wool jersey suit worn in this photograph, which in its stark angular composition banishes the false soft edges of the preceding century (Allure; Diana...
    • Concert

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    • Large outdoor concerts become a unique social event for young people in this decade, and continue throughout the century (New York Daily News, photographer)
    • Evening wear

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    • One of the decade's most popular evening styles shown here in 100% draped silk jacquard is repeated in garment lines at all price levels (Warren Bradley, illustrator)
    • Wool dress

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    • Coral pink wool dress with flange sleeves and heavily padded shoulders are a very important part of the decade silhouette (Richard Rosenfeld, illustrator; collection of the illustrator)
    • Motorcycle Jackets

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    • Two women share a motorcycle wearing leather jackets over ordinary daytime clothes. The theme, out on their own, would come to be the plot of a popular film later in the decade called Thelma and Louise (Glenn Tunstull, illustrator; collection of...
    • The Standard-Detroit Tractor

    • TRACFORD AUTOMOBILES FARM TRACTORS STANDARD-DETROIT TRACTOR COMPANY DETROIT MICH. ADVERTISEMENTS
    • The Standard-Detroit Tractor Company Advertisement, 'Announcing the New and Sensational T-R-A-C-F-O-R-D.' January 13, 1917. Note: By the second decade of the Twentieth Century the Ford Model T was ubiquitous. Seen as more than a form of...
    • E. G. Staude Manufacturing

    • E. G. STAUDE MANUFACTURING COMPANY ST. PAUL MINN. ADVERTISEMENTS AUTOMOBILES STAUDE MAK-A-TRACTOR ADVERTISEMENTS FARM TRACTORS
    • E. G. Staude Manufacturing Company advertisement. 'Staude Make-a-Tractor Converts Your Ford Car Into a Guaranteed Powerful Tractor.' January 20, 1917. Note: By the second decade of the Twentieth Century the Ford Model T was ubiquitous. Seen as...
    • George M. Cohan Monument in Times Square

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    • Cohan's 'Give My Regards to Broadway' statue in Times Square. George M. Cohan, was an American entertainer, playwright, composer, lyricist, actor, singer, dancer and producer. Known in the decade before World War I as 'the man who owned Broadway',...
    • George M. Cohan

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    • George M. Cohan, was an American entertainer, playwright, composer, lyricist, actor, singer, dancer and producer. Known in the decade before World War I as 'the man who owned Broadway', he is considered the father of American musical comedy.
    • George M. Cohan

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    • George M. Cohan, was an American entertainer, playwright, composer, lyricist, actor, singer, dancer and producer. Known in the decade before World War I as 'the man who owned Broadway', he is considered the father of American musical comedy.
    • Over There

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    • George M. Cohan, was an American entertainer, playwright, composer, lyricist, actor, singer, dancer and producer. Known in the decade before World War I as 'the man who owned Broadway', he is considered the father of American musical comedy.
    • George M. Cohan

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    • George M. Cohan, was an American entertainer, playwright, composer, lyricist, actor, singer, dancer and producer. Known in the decade before World War I as 'the man who owned Broadway', he is considered the father of American musical comedy.
    • Over There

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    • George M. Cohan, was an American entertainer, playwright, composer, lyricist, actor, singer, dancer and producer. Known in the decade before World War I as 'the man who owned Broadway', he is considered the father of American musical comedy.
    • Yankee Doodle Boy

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    • George M. Cohan, was an American entertainer, playwright, composer, lyricist, actor, singer, dancer and producer. Known in the decade before World War I as 'the man who owned Broadway', he is considered the father of American musical comedy.

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