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1920's Electrical Conveniences

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Paul Fischer

on 19 December 2012

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Transcript of 1920's Electrical Conveniences

1920's Electrical Conveniences There were many different household appliances in the 1920's, but they all had one thing in common. They were all designed to make life easier for the average American. For Example, the first electrical iron was advertised as saving 52 hours of work a year, and for only $7.50. Another electrical convenience that became popular in the 1920's was the radio. Directions for making a radio were readily available for the average person, and so were the items needed to make it. Radios were a very common form of entertainment. The electrical conveniences that were mad in the 1920's fit well with the rest of the era. They represent the modernistic attitude that people had. People wanted to modernize to a time when they had more freedom. A place where they could escape from all the things their parents were stuck doing. They had machines that could now do their work for them, and they could now spend more time with things such as the radio for entertainment. This is a picture of KDKA. They were the first public radio station. Without the people that made all of these new technologies, or the people that marketed them, our lives would probably not be as easy as they are now.
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