The 1920's Experience

By Connor Beck

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1920's Advertisement

The advertising industry begins to grow in the 1920's. Businesses could easily get their products out to larger audiences.
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Flappers were women in the modern times with "updated" hairstyles, dress, attitudes, and behavior.
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Harlem Renaissance Artist Duke Ellington

Duke Ellington was a jazz musician and was apart of the Harlem Renaissance Movement. The movement celebrated new African American cultures.

Speakeasy Bars

A speakeasy was a secret bar during the prohibition age.

Al Capone

Al Capone was a gangster during the 1920's. He was the leader of many organized crimes. He was eventually arrested on tax fraud.

Charlie Chaplin

Charlie Chaplin was the staple for movies during the time. He was in many of movies at this time and made propoganda movies during World War II. Movies were silent in the 1920's with text on the screen to describe dialogue.