Primary Source Documents
bullet The 1920s Economic Statistics
bullet The 1920s Experience
bullet 1920s Fashion
bullet The 1920s:  Images of Race
bullet The 1929 Stock Market Crash (Economic History Association)
bullet The African American Odyssey (Library of Congress)
bullet Aimee Semple McFerson (University of Virginia)
bullet Air-Conditioning Goes to the Movies, 1925 (Eyewitness to History)
bullet Al Capone
bullet The Algonquin Round Table:  Celebrity Caricature in America
bullet America in the 1920s (E Pluribus Unum Project)
bullet America's Sweetheart - Mary Pickford
bullet American Cultural History:  1920-1929
bullet America's Great Depression
bullet American Leaders Speak- Recordings from World War I and the 1920 Election, 1918-1920
bullet American Variety Stage: Vaudeville and Popular Entertainment, 1870-1920
bullet American Writers in Paris (Washburn University, KS)
bullet A. Philip Randolph (1889-1979)
bullet Arna Wendell Bontemps (1902-1973)
bullet Art Deco
bullet Art Deco Images on Google Images
bullet Art Nouveau to Art Deco
bullet Babe Ruth Hits His 60th Home Run, 1927 (Eyewitness to History)
bullet The Babe Ruth Times (University of Virginia)
bullet Billy Sunday (Billy Sunday Online)
bullet A Biography of America: The Twenties (1913-1929) - Annenberg/CPB
bullet The Black Sox Trial, 1921
bullet Bonnie and Clyde: An American Tragedy of the Depression Era
bullet Calvin Coolidge - POTUS site
bullet Calvin Coolidge - Miller Center, University of Virginia
bullet Charlie Chaplin (David Gerstein's Home Page)
bullet Charlie Chaplin
bullet Chicago- Destination for the Great Migration
bullet "The Child Labor Amendment Debate of the 1920s" - William Kaufmann
bullet Chronology of the Equal Rights Amendment:  1923-1996
bullet Chronology on the History of Slavery and Racism:  1830-end
bullet Civil Rights Movement (Spartacus)
bullet Clash of Cultures in the 1910s and 1920s (eHistory)
bullet The Costume Gallery: Flapper Era Fashions
bullet Countee Cullen
bullet The Crash of 1929 (American Experience, PBS)
bullet "Divining America:  Religion & the National Culture" (20c)
bullet Drop Me Off in Harlem: Faces of the Harlem Renaissance
bullet Edna St. Vincent Millay
bullet Entering King Tut's Tomb, 1923 (Eyewitness to History)
bullet Eliot Ness--The Man Behind the Myth
bullet Eugene O'Neill (
bullet Faces of Steel:  The People and History of the Acklin Stamping Company
bullet Fashion in the Roaring '20s
bullet The Fashion of The Roaring Twenties
bullet The "Fatty" Arbuckle Trials (1921-1922)
bullet Flapper Culture and Style
bullet Flapper Girl
bullet Flapper Station
bullet Florence Mabel Kling (DeWolfe) Harding - National First Ladies' Library
bullet Frank Lloyd Wright: Designs for an American Landscape, 1922-1932
bullet From Skyscrapers to Skulls: Georgia O'Keeffe Creates the "Native American"
bullet From Swastika to Jim Crow
bullet F. Scott Fitzgerald (PBS-American Masters Series)
bullet F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary (U. of South Carolina)
bullet A Gateway to African-American History:  1900-1940
bullet George Gershwin (Official Website)
bullet George Gershwin (American Masters, PBS)
bullet Georgia O'Keefe           (examples of her art)
bullet Gertrude Stein: Part of a Life in Pictures by Carl van Vechten (NYPL)
bullet Grace Anna Goodhue Coolidge (National First Ladies' Library)
bullet The Great Gatsby - Studying the 1920s and the American Dream
bullet Harlem: 1900-1940 (Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture, NYC)
bullet The Harlem Renaissance
bullet The Harlem Renaissance (Biography Channel, A & E)
bullet The Harlem Renaissance Multimedia Resource (John Carroll University)
bullet The Hemingway Resource Center
bullet Herbert Hoover - POTUS site
bullet Herbert Hoover - Miller Institute, University of Virginia
bullet Historical Census Browser:   1920
bullet The History of Film: The 1920s -- The Pre-Talkies and the Silent Era
bullet H. L. Mencken Page
bullet Images of Art Deco (Google Images)
bullet International Financial System Under the Dawes Plan and Young Plan - chart
bullet It's the Booze Talking: Prohibition and the Gangster Film
bullet James Weldon Johnson (University of SC)
bullet Jazz- A Film by Ken Burns (PBS)
bullet Jazz Age Chicago: Urban Leisure from 1893 to 1945
bullet Jazz Age Culture
bullet Jazz and Blues: 1920s & 1930s - sound clips of jazz pieces
bullet Jazz History
bullet Jazz Poetry
bullet Jazz Standards from the 1920s (sound files)
bullet Jean Toomer (1894-1967)
bullet John Dillinger - FBI Famous Cases of Criminals
bullet Joliet Remembers the 1920s
bullet Josephine Baker: Official Site
bullet The KKK in the 1920s
bullet Ku Klux Klan Permeated Michigan Life in the 1920s (Lansing Online News)
bullet Langston Hughes
bullet Langston Hughes (Yahoo links)
bullet The Lawless Decade--The 1920s by Paul Sann
bullet "The League of Nations" - Karl J. Schmidt (essay)
bullet Leopold and Loeb Trial, 1924
bullet Lindbergh (The American Experience PBS series)
bullet Lindbergh Flies the Atlantic, 1927 (Eyewitness to History)
bullet Lindbergh Flies the Atlantic - An American Aviator
bullet The Lost Generation: The Fitzgeralds, Hemingway, and Gertrude Stein
bullet The Lost Generation in Images - Google Image Search Results
bullet Making Movies, 1920 (Eyewitness to History)
bullet Major Events of:  1920    1921    1922    1923    1924    1925    1926    1927    1928    1929
bullet Map-->"U. S. Hegemony in the Caribbean in the 1920s"   
bullet Map-->"Wars and Atrocities in the First Quarter of the 20c: 1900-1925"
bullet Marcus Garvey:  Life and Lessons - Sample Documents
bullet Marcus Garvey:  Look for Me in the Whirlwind (The American Experience PBS series)
bullet The Margaret Sanger Papers Project
bullet "Modernism and Abstraction" - art works from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
bullet The Monkey Trial (The American Experience, PBS)
bullet The Music of the Roaring '20s (audio files)
bullet The Myth of American Isolationism
bullet Nella Larsen
bullet Only Yesterday: An Informal History of the 1920s by Frederick Lewis Allen
bullet PAL: Harlem Renaissance: A Brief Introduction
bullet The Peoples' Century:  The Lost Peace (1919-1935) - PBS
bullet The Peoples' Century:  On the Line (1908-1945) - PBS
bullet The Peoples' Century:  Red Flag (1917-1940) - PBS
bullet Political Speeches and Popular Culture of the 1920s (audio files)
bullet Popular Culture on the Radio (audio files)
bullet Prosperity and Thrift:  The Coolidge Era and the Consumer Economy (1921-1929) - LOC
bullet Public Enemy #1: The Legendary Outlaw John Dillinger (American Experience, PBS)
bullet Presidential Election of 1920
bullet Presidential Election Results (map & stats) -- 1920     1924     1928
bullet Red Scare
bullet Remembering Rosewood
bullet Remembering the Scopes Monkey Trial Timeline
bullet Rhapsodies in Black - The Art of the Harlem Renaissance
bullet The Roaring Twenties: A Historical Snapshot of Life in the 1920s
bullet The Roaring Twenties Concert Extravaganza
bullet The Sacco and Vanzetti Trial, 1921
bullet "Scenes of American Life" - art works from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
bullet The Scopes "Monkey" Trial, 1925
bullet The Scopes Trial (National Humanities Center)
bullet Selected Women Writers of the Harlem Renaissance
bullet Shadowball--Recalling the Negroe Leagues (WebQuest)
bullet Sinclair Lewis
bullet Skyscrapers of the Early 20c:  1900-1925
bullet Speakeasies of the Prohibition Era
bullet Stars of the Silent Movies
bullet The Stock Market Crash of 1929
bullet The Sweet Trials (1925 & 1926)
bullet T. S. Eliot
bullet The Tulsa Race Riot of 1921
bullet Videos on YouTube of the 1929 Stock Market Crash
bullet The Wall Street Crash, 1929 (Eyewitness to History)
bullet Warren G. Harding - POTUS site
bullet Warren G. Harding - Miller Institute, University of Virginia
bullet William Faulkner
bullet William P. Gottlieb Photographs of the Golden Age of Jazz (Music Division, Library of Congress)
bullet Woodrow Wilson - POTUS site
bullet Woodrow Wilson - Miller Institute, University of Virginia
bullet The World of Gertrude Stein
bullet Writers of the Harlem Renaissance (C-SPAN videos)
bullet Zora Neale Hurston Digital Archive (University of California, Fresno)
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bullet 1876-1920:  Voter Participation in Presidential Elections, 1876-1920 - chart
bullet 1890s-1920s:  Various Documents on the "New Woman"      (additional documents)
bullet 1914:  Excerpts from Hunter's Civic Biology - What the students in John Scopes' class read about evolution
bullet early 1920s:  “Speak, Garvey, Speak!” - a Follower Recalls a Marcus Garvey Rally (audio file)
bullet 1920s?:  Klu Klux Klan - photo
bullet 1920s:  Timeless Love Song Lyrics fro the 1920s
bullet 1920s:  Photo of Detroit police inspecting equipment found in a clandestine underground brewery during the Prohibition era.
bullet 1920:  Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer Makes “The Case against the Reds”
bullet 1920:  "As Gag Rulers Would Have It" - political cartoon about the Sedition Act from the Jersey City Journal (2/7)
bullet 1920:  Black History Census Study (pdf)
bullet 1920:  “The Most Brainiest Man -” The Red Scare and Free Speech in Connecticut (in The Nation, 4/17)
bullet 1920:  "The Case Against the Reds" - J. Mitchell Palmer in Forum
bullet 1920:  "Cleaning the Nest" - political cartoon from the New York Evening World (1/17)
bullet 1920:  Mrs. Corinne Roosevelt Robinson (sister of Theodore) - speech in which she supports the Republican ticket of Senator Harding and Governor Coolidge
bullet 1920:  Democratic Party Platform          Republican Party Platform
bullet 1920:  "Democracy's Achievement" - Robert Latham Owen
bullet 1920:  The Economic Consequences of the Peace - John Maynard Keynes
bullet 1920:  Franklin Delano Roosevelt, former Assistant Secretary of the Navy. Speaking on Americanism
bullet 1920:  Governor Calvin Coolidge (R-MA) - campaign speech ("Law and Order")
bullet 1920:  Governor Coolidge (R-MA) - speech on equal rights
bullet 1920:  Governor Cox (D-OH) - speech on confidence in the government
bullet 1920:  Governor James M. Cox (D-OH) in a speech on World War I
bullet 1920:  "The Most Brainiest Man" - article in The Nation (4/17)
bullet 1920:  Senator Warren G. Harding (R-OH) - campaign speech ("Readjustment")
bullet 1920:  "The Last Few Buttons Are Always the Hardest" - political cartoon about women's suffrage from the St. Louis Star (3/27)
bullet 1920:  The 19th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution
bullet 1920:  "Peace, Progress, and Prosperity" - George White
bullet 1920:  "Prevention of War" - James M. Cox
bullet 1920:  Pioneer Suffragist Casts G. O. P. Ballot - Elizabeth Daily Journal, November 3, 1920, p. 6
bullet 1920:  Rounding Up the "Reds" in a Nation-Wide Campaign Against Revolutionaries in the Outlook (1/20) originally from the International - photo
bullet 1920:  "Safeguard America!" - Corinne Roosevelt Robinson
bullet 1920:  “Save Sacco and Vanzetti” - The Defense Committee’s Plea
bullet 1920:  Speech Given at the Women's Interracial Conference - Charlotte Hawkins Brown
bullet 1920:  Starving for Women’s Suffrage - “I Am Not Strong after These Weeks”
bullet 1920:  "Summons to Duty" - Homer C. Cummings
bullet 1920:  "Swat the Fly, But Use Common Sense!" - political cartoon about the Sedition Act from the Newark News (3/6)
bullet 1920:  Volstead Act
bullet 1920:  Warren G. Harding, "The American Soldier"
bullet 1920:  Women Win the Right to Vote" - Historical Gazette (8/26)
bullet 1921:  “Another View of the Tulsa Riots” - Amy Comstock in Survey (7/2)
bullet 1921:  "Big Ideas from Big Business" - Edward Earle Purinton
bullet 1921:  Budget and Accounting Act
bullet 1921:  “Business . . . the Salvation of the World”- Celebrating Big Business - Edward E. Purinton, “Business as the Savior of the Community,” Independent (4/16)
bullet 1921:  Carrie Chapman Catt, "A Teapot in a Tempest," The Woman Citizen (2/5)
bullet 1921:  Congressional Debate on Immigration Restriction
bullet 1921:  “Defending Greenwood”- A Survivor Recalls the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921
bullet 1921:  Emergency Quota Act
bullet 1921:  Equal Rights Amendment
bullet 1921:  “The Eruption of Tulsa” - Walter White in Nation (6/29)
bullet 1921:  EUGENISTS DREAD TAINTED ALIENS; Believe Immigration Restriction Essential to Prevent Deterioration of Race Here. MELTING POT FALSE THEORY Racial Mixture Liable to Lower the Quality of the Stock-- Prof. Osborn's Views. THE LESSON OF EVOLUTION Minute Scruting of Family History of Prospective Immigrants Is Advocated. Stricter Immigration Guard. The Lesson of Evolution. Sees Peril in Individualism. EUGENISTS DREAD TAINTED ALIENS Effects of the War- NY Times (9/25)
bullet 1921:  Final Report of the Tulsa Commission to Study the Race Riots of 1921
bullet 1921:  Four-Power Treaty (12/13)
bullet 1921:  “If You Believe the Negro Has a Soul” - “Back to Africa” with Marcus Garvey
bullet 1921:  Inaugural Address of Warren G. Harding
bullet 1921:  Letters from College
bullet 1921:  “The New Negro. When He’s Hit, He Hits Back!” - Rollin Lynde Hartt in Independent, (1/15)
bullet 1921:  Selections from [F]BI File on Endicott, Broome County, N.Y. Radicals
bullet 1921:  "The New Anti-Feminist Campaign" by Mary G. Kilbreth in The Woman Patriot (6/15)
bullet 1921:  Treaty Between the U. S., the British Empire, France, and Japan, Signed at Washington (12/13)
bullet 1921:  Woman and the New Race - Margaret Sanger
bullet 1921, 1925:  "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" and "I Too" - poems by Langston Hughes
bullet 1921-1927:  “I Bobbed My Hair and Then—,” Ladies Home Journal - Irene Castle Treman,  October 1921, 124; Mary Garden “Why I Bobbed My Hair,” Pictorial Review, April 1927, 8; Mary Pickford, “Why I Have Not Bobbed Mine,” Pictorial Review, April 1927
bullet 1922:  American Indian Myth Poems - Hartley Alexander
bullet 1922:  Bailey v. Drexel Furniture Company
bullet 1922:  “The Black Star Line” - W. E. B. Du Bois in Crisis (September)
bullet 1922:  Debunking Intelligence Experts - Walter Lippmann Speaks Out
bullet 1922:  “Do Insects Think? Some Data on the Reasoning Power of the Wasp” - Robert Benchley,  Life 80 (8/3)
bullet 1922:  “The Facts Must Be Faced” - Intelligence Is Destiny
bullet 1922:  "A Flapper's Appeal to Parents" - article in Outlook Magazine (12/6)
bullet 1922:  "If We Must Die" - poem by Claude McKay
bullet 1922:  In Defense of IQ Testing- Lewis M. Terman Replies to Critics
bullet 1922:  "Modernism in Architecture" - Lewis Mumford
bullet 1922:  The Negro in Chicago:  A Study of Race Relations and a Race Riot
bullet 1922:  Nine-Power Treaty (2/6)
bullet 1922:  Peace and Bread in Time of War - Jane Addams
bullet 1922:  “Shall the Fundamentalists Win?” - Harry Emerson Fosdick, Christian Work 102 (6/10)
bullet 1922:  “The Problem” and “Family Histories” - Charles Johnson Analyzes the Causes of the Chicago Race Riot
bullet 1922:  "Threats to Christian Civilization" - political cartoon
bullet 1922:  Washington Treaty in Relation to the Use of Submarines and Noxious Gases in Warfare (2/6)
bullet 1922:  What Prohibition Has Done - Fabian Franklin
bullet 1922:  "You and Your Laundry" - pamphlet by Christine Frederick
bullet 1923:  “The Benevolent Brotherhood of Baseball Bugs” - Edgar F. Wolfe, Literary Digest
bullet 1923:  “Cotton Belt Blues”- Lizzie Miles’s Blues Song
bullet 1923:  “The Crowd at the Ball Park” - William Carlos Williams in Dial
bullet 1923:  "Dirty Work at the Crossroads" - cover of Judge (1/26)
bullet 1923:  “I Am Only a Piece of Machinery” - Housewives Analyze Their Problems
bullet 1923:  “The Madness of Marcus Garvey” - Robert W. Bagnall in Messenger (March)
bullet 1923:  “New York’s World-Beating New Stadium,” Literary Digest (4/28)
bullet 1923:  "The Negro's Greatest Enemy" - Marcus Garvey in Current History (Sept.)
bullet 1923:  Rosewood Massacre Report
bullet 1923:  Statement to the Press on Release on Bail Pending Appeal - Marcus Garvey (9/10)
bullet 1923:  U.S. v. Bhagat Singh Thind
bullet 1924:  "Authority and Religious Liberty" Speech - Calvin Coolidge (9/21)
bullet 1924:  “The Black Star Line”- Singing a Song of Garveyism
bullet 1924:  Carrie Chapman Catt, "Poison Propaganda," The Woman Citizen (5/31/1924), 14, 32-33
bullet 1924:  Covenant of the League of Nations
bullet 1924:  Democratic Party Platform          Republican Party Platform          Progressive Party Platform
bullet 1924:  Disarmament speech by British Prime Minister, Stanley Baldwin
bullet 1924:  Immigration Act of 1924
bullet 1924:  Indian Citizenship Act
bullet 1924:  "Juggernaut" - political cartoon on the Teapot Dome Scandal
bullet 1924:  Lucia Maxwell, "Spider Web chart: The Socialist-Pacifist Movement in America Is an Absolutely Fundamental and Integral Part of International Socialism," The Dearborn Independent, XXIV, 3/22/1924, 11
bullet 1924:  Marcus Garvey speech to UNIA Convention - New York (8/31)
bullet 1924:  Mercy for Leopold and Loeb - speech by Clarence Darrow (Aug.)
bullet 1924:  Robert H. Clancy, a Republican congressman from Detroit with a large immigrant constituency, defended immigrants
bullet 1924:  “The Senate’s Declaration of War,” Japan Times and Mail (4/19)
bullet 1924:  “Shut the Door” - A Senator Speaks for Immigration Restriction
bullet 1925?:  American Imperialism: The Menace of the Greatest Capitalist World Power By Jay Lovestone (Chicago: Workers Party of America
bullet 1925:  “The Ancient Days Have Not Departed” - Calvin Coolidge on the Spirituality of Commerce
bullet 1925:  Bryan and Darrow at Dayton, TN
bullet 1925:  “The Double Task: The Struggle of Negro Women for Sex and Race Emancipation” - Elise Johnson McDougald in Survey (3/1)
bullet 1925:  "Flapper Jane" - article in The New Republic by Bruce Bliven (9/9)
bullet 1925:  Gitlow v. The People of New York
bullet 1925:  Geneva Protocol (6/17)
bullet 1925:  "Harlem: Mecca of the New Negro" - a hypermedia edition of the March 1925 Survey Graphic Harlem Number
bullet 1925:  "How New Jersey Laws Discriminate Against Women" - flyer published by the National Woman's Party
bullet 1925:  Inaugural Address of Calvin Coolidge
bullet 1925:  The Klan Manual
bullet 1925:  Seventy Years of Life and Labor - Samuel Gompers (Ch. 26:  "My Economical Philosophy")
bullet 1925:  “Spunk” - Zora Neale Hurston in Alain Locke, ed., The New Negro
bullet 1925:  The Tennessee Anti-Evolution Statute
bullet 1925:  Transcript from the Proceeding of the Scopes Trial
bullet 1925:  "White House" - poem by Claude McKay
bullet 1925:  William Jennings Bryan's Last Statement
bullet 1925, 1927:  Several Advertisements of the Period
bullet 1925-27:  Who Was Shut Out - Immigration Quotas, 1925–1927
bullet 1926:  Fiorella LaGuardia testifies against prohibition
bullet 1926:  Outline of Marriage - Floyd Dell
bullet 1926:  "The Inspiration of the Declaration" Speech - Calvin Coolidge
bullet 1926:  The Klan's Fight for Americanism - Hyram W. Evans
bullet 1926:  Myers v. United States
bullet 1926:  "National Gesture" political cartoon - Judge (6/12)
bullet 1926:  National Prohibition Law Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee of the Judiciary of the United States Sixty-Ninth Congress (4/5 to 4/24)
bullet 1926:  “The Negro-Art Hokum” - George S. Schuyler in Nation (6/16)
bullet 1926:  The New Housekeeping - Solving the Servant Problem
bullet 1926:  Women's National Committee for Law Enforcement 1926 Statement
bullet 1926:  A Yale University student testifies against prohibition
bullet 1927:  Bartolomeo Vanzetti, Court Statement
bullet 1927:  D.A.R. "Dossier on Jane Addams" (document #11 on the page)
bullet 1927:  Daughters of the American Revolution, "Doubtful Speakers"
bullet 1927:  "Direct Democracy" - speech given by Martin Wilie Littleton
bullet 1927:  Gong Lum v. Rice - affirmed legalized school segregation
bullet 1927:  "Imperialism Is Easy" - John Dewey in The New Republic 50 (3/23)
bullet 1927:  The Last Days Remembered - A Compatriot Recalls the Deaths of Sacco and Vanzetti in 1927 (as recalled in 1954)
bullet 1927:  “They Are Dead Now”- Eulogy for Sacco and Vanzetti by John Dos Passos
bullet 1927:  Mrs. William Sherman Walker, "Adequate National Defense Versus a National Peace Department" (Dec.)
bullet 1927:  U.S. Intervention in Central America - Kellogg’s Charges of a Bolshevist Threat
bullet 1927:  "What the Klan Did in Indiana" - The New Republic (11/16)
bullet 1927:  Whitney v. California
bullet 1927-30:  Political Cartoons appearing in the Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, 1927-1930
bullet 1928:  Boulder Canyon Project Act
bullet 1928:  Democratic Party Platform          Republican Party Platform
bullet 1928:  “I Will Not Be Influenced in Appointments” - Al Smith Accepts the Nomination for President
bullet 1928:  New York City Campaign Speech by Herbert Hoover
bullet 1928:  Kellogg-Briand Pact
bullet 1928:  “March On, O Dago Christs” - Sacco and Vanzetti Memorialized by Malcolm Cowley in The Nation (8/22)
bullet 1928:  Olmstead v. United States
bullet 1928:  Prohibition Raid (photo)
bullet 1928:  "Rugged Individualism" speech - Herbert Hoover
bullet 1928:  “Sadie’s Servant Room Blues”- Domestic Work in song lyrics
bullet 1928:  Selection of the letters in her book Motherhood in Bondage - Margaret Sanger
bullet 1928:  Should a Catholic Be President - A Contemporary View of the 1928 Election
bullet 1928:  "Vanzetti's Last Statement: A Record by W.G. Thompson," The Atlantic Monthly, February
bullet 1928:  Warning Against the “Roman Catholic Party” - Catholicism and the 1928 Election (1/28)
bullet 1928-31:  Herbert Hoover Predicts Prosperity
bullet 1929:  Black Tuesday at the New York Stock Exchange - New York Times headline page (10/31)
bullet 1929:  “The Civilizing Force of Birth Control” - Margaret Sanger Becomes a Moderate
bullet 1929:  "The Bum as Con Artist- An Undercover Account of the Great Depression" - published in The Huntington Herald-Dispatch (3/1)
bullet 1929:  "Happy Days Are Here Again" - song lyrics by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager
bullet 1929:  “How to Live on Forty-six Cents a Day” - Paul Blanshard, Nation (5/15)
bullet 1929:  Inaugural Address of Herbert Hoover (3/4)
bullet 1929:  "Keep the Consumer Dissatisfied" - from Charles F. Kettering, "Keep the Consumer Dissatisfied," Nation's Business, 17, no. 1 (1/1929), 30-31, 79
bullet 1929:  Last Statement of Bartolomeo Vanzetti
bullet 1929:  “A Man’s Thanksgiving” - A Hymn to the God of Business
bullet 1929:  Reminiscences of the Great Depression
bullet 1929:  United State v. Schwimmer
bullet 1929:  "Wall Street in New Panic" - Decatur Evening Herald front page (10/29)
bullet 1930:  The Immigrant Woman & Her Job - Caroline Manning
bullet 1931:  Report on the Enforcement of Prohibition Laws of the United States - National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement: The Wickersham Commission Report on Alcohol Prohibition (1/7)
bullet 1951:  Excerpts from The Great Crash: 1929 by John Kenneth Galbraith
bullet 2006:  "The Margaret Sanger Song" - Gary Bachlund

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