Fashion and Design, 1910-1919

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Author: MILLIE JACKSON
Editor: Cynthia Rose
Date: 2004
American Decades Primary Sources
From: American Decades Primary Sources(Vol. 2: 1910-1919. )
Publisher: Gale
Document Type: Topic overview
Pages: 1
Content Level: (Level 3)
Lexile Measure: 960L

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FASHION AND DESIGN

MILLIE JACKSON

Entries are arranged in chronological order by date of primary source. For entries with one primary source, the entry title is the same as the primary source title. Entries with more than one primary source have an overall entry title, followed by the titles of the primary sources.

CHRONOLOGY

Important Events in Fashion and Design, 1910–1919 … 188

PRIMARY SOURCES

Ford's Highland Park Plant

Albert Kahn, 1910 … 190

"Craftsman Furniture Made by Gustav Stickley"

Gustav Stickley, 1910 … 191

"Five Pretty Ways to Do the Hair"

Ladies' Home Journal, October 1911 … 193

"Flower Dresses for Lawn Fêtes"

Ladies' Home Journal, 1911 … 195

"What Is a Bungalow?"

Phil M. Riley, 1912 … 197

"Audacious Hats for Spineless Attitudes"

Dress & Vanity Fair, September 1913 … 199

Woolworth Building … 202

"The Woolworth Building"
Cass Gilbert, ca. 1913

The Cathedral of Commerce
Edwin A. Cochran, 1916

"Proper Dancing-Costumes for Women"

Irene Foote Castle, 1914 … 207

"Whether at Home or Away, Your Summer Equipment Should Include a Bottle of Listerine"

Lambert Pharmacal Company, 1915 … 210

"Shopping for the Well-Dressed Man"

Vanity Fair, July 1916 … 212

"A Woman Can Always Look Younger Than She Really Is"

Elizabeth Arden, July 1916 … 214

"Wealthiest Negro Woman's Suburban Mansion"

The New York Times Magazine
, November 4, 1917 … 216

"YWCA Overseas Uniform, 1918"

House of Worth, 1918 … 217

"Is There News in Shaving Soap?"

J. Walter Thompson Company, May 29, 1919 … 219

"Henry Ford in a Model T" … 221

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Gale Document Number: GALE|CX3490200271