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NYC in 1913, 100 years ago!
Los Angeles 1913
San Francisco 1913
Newspapers from 1913
Facts from 1913:
- Darktown Follies opens in Harlem and helps to make Harlem a black cultural center.
- Billboard magazine publishes a list of the most popular vaudeville songs. It’s the predecessor to their trademark charts.
- First crossword puzzle appears in the New York World. See Crossword Puzzle Guide
Federal spending: $0.72 billion Consumer Price Index: 9.9 Unemployment: 4.3% Cost of a first-class stamp: $0.02
Read more: Top News Stories from 1913 | Infoplease.com http://www.infoplease.com/year/1913.html#ixzz2ZVxCjo5u
For the first time, American motorists can drive coast-to-coast via the Lincoln Highway, which goes from New York’s Time Square to Lincoln Park in San Francisco, Calif.
The average house cost $5,935 Equivalent today: $131,171
The average car cost $600 Equivalent today: $13,261
The average wage was $585 Equivalent today: $12,929
Here are some ads from 1913
Women’s fashion in 1913:
Random 1913 Photos:
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Since the beginning of time women have done things to make themselves more attractive. Even as simple as brushing and styling their hair, to dramatic disfigurations to get the right look.
This Max Factor face pack was studded with plastic ‘ice’ cubes which could be filled with water before the mask was popped in the freezer. Hangover Heaven was popular with party-going Forties Hollywood stars
This scares me deeply!
Glamour Bonnet’ … it lowers air pressure to aid circulation and complexion
The infamous corset, which can be fun for certain events…once in a blue moon, but not daily! No thank you!!
Throughout the ages, women have experimented with beauty treatments to enhance natural features, slow the aging process, and care for the outer body. Beginning in the Ancient era, the Biblical account of Queen Esther’s life mentions the elaborate spa-type treatments that young women underwent for an entire 12-month period to prepare themselves for a reception with the King. The first six months involved treatments with oil and myrrh, and the second with perfumes and cosmetics!
With modern day waxing, working out, plucking, puckering, pouting, pinching, and fidgeting, most women will always be slaves to the latest and greatest to stay young a beautiful forever. Good luck gals!!