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the decade from 1920 to 1929

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The freedom that the underground scene lent to women in the 1920's lead to much more freedom in style and expression.
Creative festival goers are encouraged to bring their own vintage style to the Bacardi B-Live Arena and "rock" a 1920's look, a great time for fashion and a golden era for cocktails.
Readers will appreciate the life experiences in the 1920's as Louis Proby awaits his flood.
The closure of the maternity unit comes after fire inspection checks were carried out on the 1920's building.
A unique feature of the first phase of development includes the reopening of the Saw Mill River that had been driven under the streets and diverted to pipes in the 1920's, then run out on the other end to the Hudson River.
Blood on the Shamrock" is the sequel to "Consumed in Freedom's Flame," Cathal Liam's historical novel about Ireland's Civil War in the 1920's.
Okantah's travel poems feature imagery reminiscent of the vivid poetry that Langston Hughes produced from his 1920's sea voyage.
He established it while coaching Passaic HS in New Jersey during the early 1920's.
This detached cottage within easy reach of Lanchester dates back to the 1920's and has since been extended to provide family sized accommodation.
Conviction In Cuyahoga County: A True Story In Black And White is a very carefully researched and deftly written account of a black man's triel in the late 1920's.
Forthcoming beatifications will include many martyrs of the Spanish Civil War (1936) and the Mexican religious persecutions of the 1920's.
The "Legacy" piece included slides detailing both families' lineage: Jones' great uncle, Aaron Douglas, was a noted Harlem Renaissance painter of the 1920's who was drawn to dance in his work; Kalev is the daughter of a Holocaust survivor.
Her Beverly Hills boutique Patricia's showcased her extensive collection of 1920's vintage dresses and accessories from all over the world, which she bequeathed to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The incline that was used to transport the granite can still be seen today although the quarry was closed in the 1920's.
The conditions that Soviet students faced in the 1920's and 1930's were sharply different from those of their pre-Revolutionary counterparts.