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On the right is a mock society page that was created to belittle all the goings-on among the sweet young things at Newport during 'the season' of 1922. The article was illustrated by Clara Tice (Art Director of The Masses).

"A large and fashionably dressed group of Newport's 'creme de la creme' were observed on burning sands. Mixed bathing was indulged in...Many succulent bits of gossip and spicey rumor have been overheard in the ladies annex during the noon dressing hour and right merry time was had by all."

     


Social Jottings from Newport  (Vanity Fair, 1922)

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