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Posts Tagged: 1930s
Herbert List’s Greek Gods and Humans
Athens, Greece, 1937. “Spirit of Lycabettus.” Photographs of mortals, stones and spirits by Herbert List.
Boy Scout Jamboree
These boots were made for walking! Two Venezuelan boy scouts departed Caracas on January 11, 1935 and walked 25 miles a day for two years in order to make it to the 1937 Boy Scout Jamboree in Washington DC.
A 1930’s Bedouin youth in Palmyra, an ancient city in present-day Syria.
First Female Page!
Fourteen-year-old Gene Cox became the first female page in the National House of Representatives on January 3rd, 1939.
Back in the day most teenage girls knew how to sew (and well).
Harold Teen was a popular comic strip in the 1920s written and drawn by Carl Ed.
1920– a bread-making demonstration on the lawn of Anson County Courthouse, North Carolina.
Snapshots of Jewish Youth
Close-up portrait of three Hungarian rabbinical students in Budapest, 1940-1943.
Vieva Wonder, age 13
Take a glimpse into the life of a Johnstown, PA teenager from 1930-1932 – inside the scrapbook of Vieva Wonder (best name!)