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WW1 American Culture
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This article first appeared in an American magazine intended for W.W. I veterans and it listed all the various happenings that were taking place during the Summer of 1914, when the war began:

A new type of light summer suit for men was selling in New York for $6.50.
Irene and Vernon Castle were the acknowledged leaders in ballroom dancing.
The conventional bathing suit for women featured a cape.
One of the most popular songs was "You Wore a Tulip".
Babe Ruth made his debut as a pitcher.

     


The American Culture of 1914 (American Legion Monthly, 1934)

The American Culture of 1914 (American Legion Monthly, 1934)

The American Culture of 1914 (American Legion Monthly, 1934)

The American Culture of 1914 (American Legion Monthly, 1934)

The American Culture of 1914 (American Legion Monthly, 1934)

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