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    • The Roaring Twenties
    • Fashion  for women Flappers in the 20's showed a more boyish side of girls. Also women shoed off their long legs in  short skirts. They would chop of their hair and wear a large amount of makeup. Some  accessories were newsboy hats, layered necklace, and horn rimmed glasses. Then high heels came in with dresses that were often dropped-waisted and knee-length to show of legs when they would dance.
    • Fashion for Men      Upper class men were expected to change their suit depending on what time of day it is. As the years went on they realized that colorful colors became the new normal style. The well dressed man never left the house without a handkerchief tucked neatly in the jacket pocket.
    • Music in the Roaring Twenties The Roaring Twenties and todays music are different. In the 1920s the decade was know as the "jazz age". Jazz would be played in dancehalls, roadhoues, and speakeasies all over the country. this changed the way americans looked at music.
    • Famous movies stars in the 20's       Phyllis Harver, and Victor Varvoni "Chicago "     Myma Loy and Dolores Costello "Noah's Ark" Greta Garbo   "The Temptress"   in 1926
    • Famous Dance's in the 20s   A famous dance in the 1920's was the charleston, named after Charleston, South Carolina. It was develpoed in Afican-american communities of USA. This famous dance became a popular dance crave in the 1920's. The dance would be associated with white flappers and the speakeasy.
    • Theatre This is a picture of "The Palace Theatre". Its located at 1564 Broadway in Time Square.  This beautiful theatre was built by Martin Beck in 1913. It started to show sound movies in 1929.
    • Rembering the Roaring Twenties
    • Links: www.drx.typepad.com/psychotherapblog/2008/06/vintage-photo-4.html   http://www.life123.com/beauty/fashion/flappers/flappers-of-the-1920s.shtml     http://www.wear-mens-suits-with-swagger.com/mens-fashion-of-the-1920s.html   http://www.1920-30.com/music/   http://www.1920-30.com/dance/       http://www.nycago.org/Organs/NYC/html/PalaceTheatre.html