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 Decade: 1920-1929
Illuminated Sign "Bayer Aspirin" in Central Osaka

Illuminated Sign "Bayer Aspirin" in Central Osaka

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Date: 1920/1930~
Creator: unknown
Description: The vertically oriented postcard depicts a neon Bayer Aspirin sign above a building with a silhouette of people below. The sky is dark and the only illumination is the sign and the interior of the building. A few stars twinkle in the sky and some Japanese text runs along the bottom.
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New Year's Card: Woman in a Kimono Standing next to an Automobile

New Year's Card: Woman in a Kimono Standing next to an Automobile

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Date: 1920/1930~
Creator: S. Riyo
Description: This vertically oriented postcard depicts a woman in a green kimono standing next to a black automobile that is partially visible. The ground of the postcard is a blue gray and there is some Japanese text in the upper left corner.
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[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

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Date: 1924/1927~
Creator: Thielbar and Fugard
Description: A building at 35 East Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. The building was also formerly called the North American Life Building, the Pure Oil Building, and the Jewelers' Building.
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[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

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Date: 1924/1927~
Creator: Thielbar and Fugard
Description: Detailed view of stonework and windows above the front doors of a multistory building at 35 East Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. The address, "35 East Wacker Drive" is engraved in the stone above the doors, at the bottom of this image. The building was also formerly known as the North American Life Building, the Pure Oil Building, and the Jewelers' Building.
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Suit

Suit

Date: 1921
Creator: unknown
Description: Woman's suit consisting of three pieces, a coat, blouse, and skirt. Coat and skirt are made of navy blue wool. The coat has a center front opening, and long sleeves which end just above wrist. The skirt is slightly below mid-calf length. The blouse is made of rust-colored chiffon with rounded neck, and is decorated with beading and embroidery.
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Evening Coat

Evening Coat

Date: 1926
Creator: Moss, Hattie
Description: Evening coat of gold metallic brocade in a floral motif with multicolored rectangles. Cocoon-style, with white fox collar, the full-length barrel sleeves with matching fur trimmed cuffs. The coat has a single button closure, and pink silk satin lining. Label: "Hattie Moss, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania"
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1926
Creator: unknown
Description: Dress of rose pink rayon and silk, with ivory silk Peter Pan collar and with cut-out stitched trim. 24 silver ball buttons on left side, and geometric triple-tiered ruffles with drop-waist and self-fabric belt with silver buckle. Long, straight sleeves with ivory satin cuffs with stitched trim; single snap closure.
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Trees on a Mountain Slope

Trees on a Mountain Slope

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Date: 1920
Creator: Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig
Description: None
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Creole Dance

Creole Dance

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Date: [c.1925]
Creator: Figari, Pedro
Description: None
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The Cock

The Cock

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Date: 1924
Creator: Brancusi, Constantin
Description: None
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