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1930

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Christina Solimene

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By: Christina Solimene
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Ryan Marczinkowski The 1930's Music Literature Fashion Food Films
and Theater Architecture
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Art Fads Discussion Questions Sadness came with the Great Depression. Throughout the 1930's many struggled to take their mind off of the harsh circumstances. Many people were ultimately able to keep their head high during this prosperous decade. 1. If it wasn't for the Great Depression do you believe that the comfort foods would have been created?

2. "God Bless America" was recorded in the 1930's. Do you believe that there was true American pride during this decade? Judy Garland "Somewhere over the Rainbow" 1939
The Carter Family "No Depression in Heaven" 1936
Fred Astire "Puttin' on the Ritz" 1930
Billie Holiday "Strange Fruit" 1939
Leo Reisman & his orchestra "Happy Days are here again" 1930 The Hobbit
Of Mice and Men
Gone with the Wind by J.R.R Tolkiens (1937)
by John Steinbeck (1937)
by Margaret Mitchell (1936) Woman :
Day- Floral and deco prints
Evening- backless gowns, peplum dresses
Shoes- platform heels, strapy sandals, Mary janes, oxford heels

Men:
Dark colors and striped suits
Large torso, squared shoulders Chocolate chip cookies (1937)
Snickers (1930)
Lays potato chips (1939)
Skippy peanut butter (1932)
Dairy Queen (1939) Celebrities Technology Stamp collecting
Monopoly (1934/1935)
Drive in theaters (1933)
Miniature golf
Gambling Inside the Northern Club. Las Vegas 1930's "Puttin' on the Ritz" Fad Diets Lemonade diet
Bananas and skim milk diet
Grapefruit/ Hollywood diet Past and Present Hollywood
Broadway Hollywood's "Golden Age" Movies of the time The Grapes of Wrath
Gone With the Wind
The Wizard of Oz
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Famous
Broadway Marques Green Pastures

The Man Who Came to Dinner

The Children's Hour

Winterset

...And many more -Marc Connelly -George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart -Lillian Hellman -Maxwell Anderson Art Architecture This decade influenced:
- Junk food & candy
- Fashion
- Leisure activities
- Architecture
- Technological advances SNAP! Famous Artwork American Gothic - Grant Wood Actress':
Shirley Temple
Bettie Davis
Judy Garland Hollywood's "Golden Age" Comedians:
W.C. Fields
Bob Hope -Parking meters
-Traffic lights
-RCA color television
-Seven lane cross country highway
-Discovery of Pluto! Early Sunday Morning - Edward Hopper Mt. Rushmore - Gutzon & Lincoln Borglum The Empire State Building The Chrysler Building Frank Lloyd Wright's "Falling Water" Alexander Calder's Mobile
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