Fashion and Design, 1930-1939

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Author: LISA R. LAWSON
Editor: Cynthia Rose
Date: 2004
American Decades Primary Sources
From: American Decades Primary Sources(Vol. 4: 1930-1939. )
Publisher: Gale
Document Type: Topic overview
Pages: 1
Content Level: (Level 3)
Lexile Measure: 1000L

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FASHION AND DESIGN

LISA R. LAWSON

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, 1930–1939 … 204

PRIMARY SOURCES

Federal Building Projects of the Depression Era … 207

The National Gallery of Art
Eggers & Higgins, 1941

George Washington Bridge
Othmar H. Ammann, October 25, 1931

U.S. Supreme Court Building
Cass Gilbert, 1935

The International Style: Architecture Since 1922

Henry-Russell Hitchcock Jr. and Philip Johnson, 1932 … 210

A Century of Progress Exposition: Official Pictures in Color

"Ford Motor Company Building"; "The General Motors Building"; "The Chrysler Building"

Century of Progess International Exposition, 1934 … 216

WPA Encourages Automotive Travel … 219

"See America: Welcome to Montana"
M. Weitzman, 1936

"They Like Winter in New York State: The
State That Has Everything"
Jack Rivolta, 1936

The Builders of Timberline Lodge

Oregon Writers' Project, 1937 … 222

Fashion Is Spinach

Elizabeth Hawes, 1938 … 225

Magic Motorways

Norman Bel Geddes, 1940 … 228

Talking Through My Hats

Lilly Daché, 1946 … 233

Edward G. Budd Jr.'s Address to the Newcomen Society of England, January 26, 1950

Edward G. Budd, Jr., January 26, 1950 … 238

Architecture and Design in the Age of Science

Walter Gropius, June 1952 … 240

Times to Remember

Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1974 … 243

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Gale Document Number: GALE|CX3490200684