In 1924 New York, a young woman and her husband went on a short robbery spree, holding up grocery stores and drug stores in Brooklyn. The woman, Celia Cooney, had dark bobbed hair. 440 more words
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“You can expose a horticulture but you can’t make her think.”
The original flapper, self-loathing feminist writer. She comes highly suggested.
One of the operations taking place inside the Falstaff Ninepin Fellowship is the distillation of bootleg booze. This is not exactly a product of prohibition, since Clara’s half-sister, Priscilla, has been distilling apple brandy for years. 369 more words
The roaring twenties was a revolutionary time for women - not just because of the right to vote, but also because of the fashion; long gowns and restrictive corsets were replaced with knee-lengths, drop-waists and a more relaxed vibe, thus reinforcing the modern, liberated, and strong women that were coming to the fore during the era. 460 more words