the 1920s teenager, teens started to hang out with friends more than family. they found their friends to be more fun. just like teens now they would much rather be with friends doing things they enjoy. kids not being in the work force made it possible for them to be kids. some kids became rebellious.
This is an old photograph of a young African American girl posing in a photo booth sometime during the 1930's. Written above her in faded ink is "Mozella." There is nothing to indicate where this photograph was taken.
Edwardian street fashion by concealed camera :) By Edward Linley Sambourne, Church St 8 Sep 1906
Sisters Guarding Family Moonshine Business, ca. 1921 Two sisters, Florence Friermuth and Susie Friermuth Doffing, pose in their guarding positions after they were arrested for moonshining. The sisters guarded stills on their family's farm near Saint Paul, Minnesota during Prohibition. | Location: near Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA.