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    PEOPLE OF THE ROARING TWENTIES:Their Books Art Sports Movies and Music, Due May 14

    ATC Swap Due Date: Due May 14, 2021
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    PEOPLE OF THE ROARING TWENTIES: Their Books, Art, Sports, Movies, and Music: Due March 14, 2020


    This is a swap about the "Roaring 20's", and what made the 1920's ROAR.
    A century ago America experienced a single decade that changed the nation forever.

    It is MORE than the FASHIONS of the 1920's, although the clothes of the rich and the spender displayed at parties and in the speakeasies were gorgeous!
    (If you are interested in the fashion of the 1920's, the cloche hats, bobbed hair, fedoras and spats, I am running another swap for that specifically.)

    It is more than the INVENTIONS, INNOVATIONS, AND DISCOVERIES of the 20's.
    It is more than the discovery of Penicillin and the isolation of insulin and the finding the location of the lost tomb of King Tutankhamun. (If you are interested in the inventions, innovations, and discoveries of the 1920's, I am running another swap for that specifically.)

    This is about the people of the 1920's.
    This is a decade of people in sports, aviation, books, art, and movies that changed from the Silent Era to "Talkies".
    This is a decade of the very rich and the abject poor, 10 years of flappers, bootleggers, gangsters, and suffragists, prohibition and Jazz.



    PEOPLE OF AVIATION, AND THEIR AIRPLANES
    This is ten years packed full of numerous aviation "firsts"....
    New planes, high wing, low wing, bi wing. Cross-Atlantic Airplane flights by Lucky Lindy, Amelia Earhart, Bessie Coleman, Alfred Anderson.

    PEOPLE OF ART, ARCHITECTURE AND PAINTINGS
    Painters such as Gaugin, Picasso, Maltase, and Dali are names from the 20's we recognize and admire today. Their art hangs in museums and private homes. Architecture Design can still be seen in many homes and buildings, created by famous architects in the 20's.

    PEOPLE, AND THE BOOKS THEY WROTE:
    There were incredible books written in the 1920's, and we ain't just talking about "The Great Gatsby", "A Farewell To Arms", and other required reading from your high school days. There were the "Greats": T.S. Elliot, Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemmingway, Alice B. Toklas

    Here is a list of the 50 best books of the 1920's, from war, to humor, to children's books. See how many of the titles you recognize and/or have actually read.
    http://www.stylist.co.uk/books/the-5...s-of-the-1920s

    PEOPLE OF THE MOVIES: THE SILENT ERA followed by THE TALKIES
    There were movies with action, romance, and a Western influence, with stars such as Mae West, Mary Pickford, Charlie Chaplin, and Harold Lloyd, Tom Mix, Rudolph Valentino, and Douglas Fairbanks.
    And remember Mickey Mouse's Movie debut in "Steamboat Willie"

    PEOPLE WHO WROTE MUSIC, SONGS, JAZZ, AND THE PEOPLE WHO COMPOSED, SANG, AND DANCED
    This was a time of Jazz legends like Louie Armstrong, Jellyroll Morton, Duke Ellington.
    Remember the songs by Cole Porter, and the Suffragette Songs and Sloans.

    Songs were written about Booze in the 1920's, such as "Away With Rum".
    This song was later used by the Temperance Union, and this same song is in the ending of the (currently popular) Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Series 2 Episode 3. It is also on an album by Tom Lehrer popular in the 1960's. Oddly, I know more verses of this song than are listed on the web! :0)

    Suffragette slogans proliferated, such as "Lips that touch liquor will never touch mine".
    Lines were drawn between the "Wet's" and the "Dry's" which split up many a family with differing opinions.

    PEOPLE AND THEIR SPORTS
    Baseball is the major sport, with Babe Ruth as the favorite player.
    Basketball was originally played with a soccer ball and a peach basket, with many changes occurring in the 20's.

    PEOPLE,THEIR CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS
    Al Capone, Baby Face Nelson, Bugs Moran, Pretty Boy Floyd, Ma Baker, Machine Gun Kelley.
    Legs Diamond, Dutch Schultz, John Dillinger, Bonnie and Clyde, Eliot Ness.
    And don't forget that crime pays......there were the money making speakeasy's, the drinks with cool names, and the rich folk's unbelievably gorgeous classic cars.


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    PEOPLE OF THE ROARING TWENTIES:
    Their Books, Art, Sports, Movies, and Music: Due March 14, 2020

    1. Karch -- Cards Received 3/12
    2. Boots
    3. Vicki Z
    4. MeOwnDesigns * AUSTRALIA



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    I plan to do several swaps covering the Roaring 20's -- The decade from 1920 to 1929.
    The first Swap is "FASHION OF THE ROARING TWENTIES" -- clothes, hats, headbands, jewelry, and accessories.
    The second Swap is devoted to the "INVENTIONS, INNOVATIONS, AND DISCOVERIES OF THE ROARING TWENTIES"
    -- new and improved food products, advances in science and medicine, news-worthy discoveries and events

    The third Swap includes "PEOPLE OF THE ROARING TWENTIES" -- who they were, what they did, books they wrote, sports they exceled in, movies they starred in, changes they made.

    I hope you sign up for the entire series.
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    This was the Silent Era Movies as well as the "Talkies" starting with "The Jazz Singer"
    There were movies with action, romance, and a Western influence, with stars such as Tom Mix, Rudolph
    Valentino, and Douglas Fairbanks.
    Painters such as Gaugin, Picasso, Maltase, and Dali are names from the 20's we recognize and admire today. Their art hangs in museums and private homes.
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    Love trading and collecting ATC's

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    Welcome, Karch.
    You are the FIRST.

    I signed you up
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    I'm a lurkey turkey right now.

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    Lurkers always welcome.
    Hope you can come back.

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    If your Muse is missing, watch "Midnight in Paris"
    This movie introduces one to authors F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemmingway, singer and music composer Cole Porter, Picasso and other Painters, Movie Makers, and other people of the period, all in a very memorable way.
    To quote the main character, Gil, "These people and these times are exactly as we have come to know them down through history."
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    PEOPLE OF THE 1920's and THE BOOKS THEY WROTE:
    There were incredible books written in the 1920's, and we ain't just talking about "The Great Gatsby", "A Farewell To Arms", and other required reading from your high school days. There were other books, other authors, thoughtful books, banned books, children's books.

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    Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse

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    Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne
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    AWESOME cards received from Karch.
    Thanks for being so FAST
    Thanks also for including a hostie card.

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    SPORTS


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    The 1920s has been called the Golden Age of American Sports. It also has been called the Age of the Spectator. .....
    For the first time, large numbers of Americans began to pay money to watch other people compete in athletic contests.
    Thought-out the 1920s Basketball was a second tier sport, only attended when there wasn’t a hockey or football game. But this all changed in 1925 with the creation of the American Basketball League (ABL).

    As bizarre as it sounds, basketball was originally played with a soccer ball and peach baskets, with referees having to retrieve the ball each time a player got the soccer ball into the basket. In 1921, the string baskets we know today were introduced to the game. Later, in 1924 wooden backboards became mandatory and were attached behind the baskets to prevent spectators from blocking a shot.

    The "black" rectangle on this card is a 3-D Lenticular Basketball, Hoop, and Basketball shot that does not scan well

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    New Yorker Nat Holman is considered by many experts to be the greatest basketball player of the 1920s. He was enshrined into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1964.
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    1921 -- BETTY CROCKER INTRODUCED
    .....In 1921 Betty Crocker was created following a contest in the Saturday Evening Post
    .....To stay relevant, Betty is updated every few years
    .....The red and white image, usually with a string of pears, remains constant


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    1924 -- BETTY CROCKER MANNING THE MIC
    .....Her portrait was on her many cooking products
    .....Gold Medal Flour took to the airwaves in radio programs that carried cooking and baking content
    .....Betty provided answers to customer's baking and cooking questions
    .....She also offered tried and tested recipes
    .....She is just as popular today, as she was 100 years ago
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    AVIATORS
    Aviators in the 1920's make GREAT ATCs for this swap.
    There were huge advancements in plane design, speed, and distance. Records were set and broken as fast as the records were make.

    Consider the "Rock Stars" and record breakers of flight:
    On May 21, 1927, the aviator Charles A. Lindbergh landed his Spirit of St. Louis near Paris, completing the first solo airplane flight across the Atlantic Ocean. Lindbergh was just 25 years old when he completed the trip.

    But Lucky Lindbergh was not the only pilot of the 20's. Remember female pilots Amelia Earhart, Harriet Quimby, Bessie Coleman, Elinor Smith Sullivan.

    Remember Alfred Anderson (the Father of Black Aviation), and remember Howard Hughes for his contributions to flight and who also set several aviation speed records.

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    No one has mentioned Harry Houdini.
    He lived and performed in the Roaring 20's.
    He died on Halloween, October 31, 1926
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    Frank Lloyd Wright was a well-known Architect of the Roaring 20's.
    Those who could, did! That is to say that the wealthy hired Frank Lloyd Wright to create their homes in a style they wanted to become accustomed to.

    Wright drew from two sources in determining his creations: the nature of the site and the nature of the building materials.
    One of Wright's houses is "Fallingwater", in Mill Run, Pennsylvania.
    Envisioned in the 20's, but built and completed in the 1930's, "Fallingwater" rises above the waterfall over which it is built. It instantly became famous, and today it is a National Historic Landmark.

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    Here is a list of the 50 best books of the 1920's, from war, to humor, to children's books. See how many of the titles you recognize and/or have actually read.
    http://www.stylist.co.uk/books/the-5...s-of-the-1920s

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    The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald


    The copyright on "The Great Gatsby" just expired this past January
    With the copyright gone, there are now numerous knock-offs, re-wrights, and re-imagined "Great Gatsbys"

    Widely considered to be a literary masterwork and a contender for the title of the Great American Novel, it is now the spring-board for Pulp fiction.

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    Hi,

    Can you please add me?

    Thanks

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    Welcome MeOwnDesigns.
    I signed you up.

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    1928 -- Andrew Jackson appeared on the Twenty-Dollar Bill
    .....The United States twenty-dollar bill is a denomination of U.S. currency.
    .....A portrait of Andrew Jackson, the seventh U.S. president, has been
    featured on the obverse of the $20.00 bill since 1928


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    2021 -- Harriet Tubman
    .....Over the years, Harriet Tubman has been suggested as a replacement
    for Jackson on U.S. currency
    .....Since February, the promotion of making the change from Jackson
    to Tubman has been more prominent
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    Clarence Birdseye was a real person!

    In 1922, he formed a company, Birdseye Seafood, Inc., to freeze fish fillets with chilled air at −45 F (−43 C).
    In 1928, Birdseye was successful in creating the double belt freezer which would be the forerunner to modern freezing technology.

    What would we do without frozen TV dinners, and frozen broccoli, cauliflower, and brussel sprouts?

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