Magazine Articles About The Roaring Twenties

The 1920s were a momentous time in U.S. history, opening with prosperity and promise and ending with poverty and despair. Along the way, the country experienced prohibition, the nation's first radio broadcast and major developments in fashion, art and entertainment. This was the age of talking pictures, flappers, Broadway hits and Al Capone. This was the Roaring '20s.

Here at, we have dozens of magazine articles about the 1920s detailing the latest fashion trends, the wackiest inventions and written opinions on everything from speakeasies to women's suffrage. The articles we've included in our collection come from major publications such as Cosmopolitan, Vanity Fair, Literary Digest and Harper's Weekly. They're also presented in their original form, giving you the complete historical experience.

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Here at, our collection of articles from the 1920s is truly comprehensive. You can read about French Impressionist Art in 1920, the growing popularity of the automobile and the artistic importance of Claude Monet in "The Last Summer of the Old Guard." If you're searching by topic, you'll find a plethora of articles under topics such as women's suffrage, silent movies, prohibition and women's fashion, society and manners.

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