Series Foreword by Ray B. Browneix
Introductionxi
Timeline of Popular Cultural Eventsxv
Part I Life and Youth During the 1930s1
1Everyday America3
2World of Youth17
Part II Popular Culture of the 1930s35
3Advertising37
4Architecture and Design57
5Fashion81
6Food and Drink95
7Leisure Activities119
8Literature147
9Music169
10Performing Arts185
11Travel and Recreation231

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Table of contents

  • Contents vii
  • Series Foreword ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Timeline of Popular Cultural Events xv
  • Part 1 - Life and Youth During the 1930s 1
  • The 1930s - 1 Everyday America 3
  • The 1930s - 2 World of Youth 17
  • Part II - Life and Youth During the 1930s 35
  • The 1930s - 3 Advertising 37
  • The 1930s - 4 Architecture and Design 57
  • The 1930s - 5 Fashion 81
  • The 1930s - 6 Food and Drink 95
  • 1930s - 7 Leisure Activities 119
  • The 1930s - 8 Literature 147
  • The 1930s - 9 Music 169
  • The 1930s - 10 Performing Arts 185
  • The 1930s - 11 Travel and Recreation 231
  • The 1930s - 12 Visual Arts 257
  • Cost of Products 279
  • Notes 283
  • Further Reading 293
  • Index 317
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