A Housewife’s Holiday — The Homestead Blog

by Isis Quan When we think of the 1920s woman, images of the fashionable “It” girl, the budding career woman, or the dauntless suffragist may come to mind. We characterize the ‘20s as a transitional period for women, where stereotypes were challenged and voices were raised in outcry. Undoubtedly, the decade saw the roles of […]…

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50 Fabulous Pictures of Women’s Street Style from the 1920s

The High Point of street photography started in the 1920s, bolstered by the introduction of the Leica camera. Photographers let themselves be carried away by the flux of the metropolis with its paradoxical, ambiguous universe, and they photographed freely from the hand. Aesthetics changed: What was accidental, casual, surprising, fleeting, and also trivial in urban…

Favorite Quotes from a Few Founding Fathers

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness…” Our Founding Fathers knew a thing or two about turning a phrase. Here are a few more wonderfully-worded quotes from…