The 1920s Scrapbook showcases how the Twenties were a time for change and invention. The arrival of the wireless provided a new form of entertainment and "The Radio Times" was launched in 1923. The popularity of the cinema continued and was changed forever with the coming of 'talkies' and "The Jazz Singer" in 1926. Apart from women daring to smoke (especially Turkish cigarettes), the young flappers found freedom in the rising hemlines that revealed their legs and enabled the new energetic dances such as the Charleston and Black Bottom. It was an experimental age for hairstyles, perming, crimping, bobbing. No wonder that this decade became known as the 'Roaring Twenties'.
Size: 60 pages, W27.5cmxH38.5cm
Hardback cover with high quality image print on matt paper
Published by the Museum of Brands
Compiled by Robert Opie founder of the Museum of Brands
Full Scrapbook series includes 10 books covering the following subjects: Victorian, Edwardian, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, Wartime, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, Royal
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