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Photos from the_20s


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Photos from the_20s

  1. 1. 1920’s A Look Into the Past • Speakers on for Paul Whiteman’sOrchestra Playing Their 3 Million Seller and Runner Up Hit in 1923, “Three O’clock in the Morning” • Click to Advance
  2. 2. The Wall Street bombing was an incident that occurred at 12:01 p.m. on September 16, 1920, in the Financial District of New YorkCity. Thirty-eight were killed and 400 people were injured by the blast.A horse-drawn wagon passed by lunchtime crowds. The wagon then stopped across the street from the headquarters of the J.P.Morgan bank on the financial districts busiest corner. Inside, 100 pounds of dynamite with 500 pounds of heavy, cast-iron sashweights exploded in a timer-set detonation, sending the slugs tearing through the air. The horse and wagon were blasted into smallfragment..• A small group if Italian Anarchists were suspected but were never charged due to lack of evidence. Their motive was revenge for the deportation and jailing of some of their group.• The bombing caused renewed investigation into the activities and movement of foreign radicals, stimulating the development of the U.S. Justice Department’s General Intelligence Division of the Bureau of Investigation (forerunner of the FBI).• One of the Directors assistants, a fast-rising young civil servant named John Hoover, was put in charge of assembling all information possible about radical groups throughout the United States.
  3. 3. Vintage RV - William Downer Auto Home, Gospel Car No. 1
  4. 4. Washington, D.C., 1921. Whistle Car - A Truck Filled With Whistle, the Beverage Wrapped in Bottles
  5. 5. Mexico - 1922
  6. 6. Washington Taxi - 1922
  7. 7. Bathing Suit Contest, 1922
  8. 8. Law Officers Destroying a Moonshine Still, Gordon County, GA 1922
  9. 9. Lincoln Memorial Dedication, May 30, 1922
  10. 10. Before “Land” Was Removed From the Sign
  11. 11. 1923 Duesenberg Model A Pace Car at the Indianapolis 500 – Note the Original Brick Track
  12. 12. 1924 Joy Ride in an International Harvester
  13. 13. Girls Gone Wild – 1924
  14. 14. Day After theJune 28, 1924Loraine, Ohio Tornado
  15. 15. Toronto Noon Hour - 1924
  16. 16. Saturday Matinee, 1925
  17. 17. Cashmere, Oregon, 1925
  18. 18. This 1925 Model T Ford Sold For $260.00. It Had Sold For $950.00 in 1909.
  19. 19. 25 Cent Gas, Washington D.C. - 1926
  20. 20. Early RV
  21. 21. ChicagoTraffic on Bridge 1927
  22. 22. 1927 Camping Trip in a Studebaker
  23. 23. Charles Lindbergh Before Attempting the First Trans-Atlantic Flight
  24. 24. Charles Lindbergh Lands Spirit of St. Louis in Paris on May 21, 1927, Successfully Completing the First Trans-Atlantic Flight
  25. 25. USS Los Angeles Over Manhattan - 1928
  26. 26. South Street, New York -1928
  27. 27. 1928 Picture of 39Year Old Hitler atNazi Party Rally in Nuremberg. His Rise to PowerWould Begin After the Beginning of the Depression.
  28. 28. Ford Introduces the Model A in 1928
  29. 29. The February 14, 1929 Valentines Day Massacre was ordered by Al Capone to eliminate competition fromGeorge "Bugs" Morans North Side Gang because they were encroaching on his territory. Capone delegated thejob to his murderous henchman, "Machine Gun" Jack McGurn and headed to his home in Miami to establish hisalibi. Mcgurn baited the Moran gang with the promise of a shipment of smuggled alcohol at a price too good topass up. The delivery was to take place at a garage at 2122 North Clark Street that Moran used to conduct hisbusiness. McGurn distanced himself from the activities of that day by staying away and bringing in hit men fromthe Detroit gang to carry out the executions. Moran himself was late getting to the garage and fled when he sawthe executioners, some dressed as police officers, entering the garage. Although he escaped, the damage wasdone. Moran lost power and eventually control of the North Side.• Morans men were lined up against the wall and the hit men opened up with two Thompson submachine guns, backed up by pistols and shotguns. Six men died immediately and one survived till he got to the hospital in spite of 22 bullet wounds, even reviving briefly before dying. True to the gangsters code, though, he went to his grave without squealing. "Im not gonna talk. Nobody shot me," he said before expiring.
  30. 30. October 29 1929 Decatur Evening Herald
  31. 31. Wall Street, New York City - 1929