The 1920's Culture

Christian Lopp

This is and old 1920's advertisement for Red Rock Cola. They used Babe Ruth on the ad and the saying "It's the finest cola drink i ever tasted," so it would convince more people to buy/drink it.

This is Harlem Renaissance writer/author Langston Hughes. He was a very famous author during the Renaissance and many people liked his writings.
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This is a 1920's urban street image. It was very busy during this time, and the population was steady growing.
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This was a very famous speakeasy called the "21 Club." It was created on January 1, 1930 in New York. Many people attended this speakeasy daily and it was probably the most known speakeasy.
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This is Al Capone. He was one of the most known gangsters during this time and was very dangerous. He is still today known as one of the most notorious gangsters of all time.
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This was the Ford assembly line. The assembly line made it very east to make the cars and also made it easy to mass produce them as well. The Ford Model T was the first reliable vehicle made.