The Roaring 20's

1920's Famous People

F. Scott Fitzgerald

F. Scott Fitzgerald was a writer for the Jazz Age. He captures in his stories unsettling ways American society was changing during the Roaring 20's. The themes to his stories was about people who try to create better lives for themselves. He was also the writer of The Great Gatsby book.
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Aaron Copland

Aaron Copland was a famous composer who helped create a new American styles and modernist style of music. By the 1930's, he wrote music based on American landscape, people, and culture. He figured out that white people would buy weird paintings, which is why he changed his style of music.
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Albert Einstein

Albert was born in 1879 in Germany. He is considered the smartest human to ever be alive! He has discovered things about physics, math, and things about our solar system. Albert Einstein discovered something called the Quantum Theory which aloud other inventors to create television and movies. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1921.
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Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel was a young fashion designer that sprung in the 1920's. The Chanel fashion line was so in style in the 1920', and is still in style today. Chanel products include clothing, perfume, purses, and jewelry. It aloud women in the 20s to feel and become more fashionable, unique, and independent.
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Al Capone

Gangsters in the 20's didn't look anything like they do today. They were dressed as a rich, well put together, fancy hat on, and a tie. Kind of like a business man, but with different intentions. Al Capone was considered one of the most dangerous gangsters in that time. Like any other ganister he would rob, and kill, and do drugs. Capone died from cardiac arrest and suffered from a stroke on January 25, 1947.
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