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Flappers in the Roaring Twenties | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

Flappers in the Roaring Twenties | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

Robe du Soir 1926    Les Modes (Paris) 1926 "Aurore" Robe du Soir par Boue Soeurs. @Deidra Brocké Wallace

Robe du Soir 1926 Les Modes (Paris) 1926 "Aurore" Robe du Soir par Boue Soeurs. @Deidra Brocké Wallace

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Connie Dawn, Betty Byrd, Thelma Parr, Nancy Hellman, Marion MacDonald - Mack Sennett bathing beauties as “sirens of the sea.

miss america, 1927 whoa this woman wouldn't even qualify these days! She looks like a real human being :)

miss america, 1927 whoa this woman wouldn't even qualify these days! She looks like a real human being :)

"In the 1920s, many Americans found the flapper incredibly threatening. Flappers represented a new moral order.  Although they were the daughters of the middle class, they flouted middle-class values. They shrugged off their chaperones.  Worse still, they danced suggestively and openly flirted with boys.  Flappers prized style over substance, novelty over tradition, and pleasure over virtue."

"In the 1920s, many Americans found the flapper incredibly threatening. Flappers represented a new moral order. Although they were the daughters of the middle class, they flouted middle-class values. They shrugged off their chaperones. Worse still, they danced suggestively and openly flirted with boys. Flappers prized style over substance, novelty over tradition, and pleasure over virtue."

Miss St. Louis Nash Charlotte struts her stuff in 1923 during the Bathers Revue.

The real 'Boardwalk Empire': Atlantic City during Prohibition in the 1920s - slide 20

Miss St. Louis Nash Charlotte struts her stuff in 1923 during the Bathers Revue.

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