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Only yesterday : an informal history of the nineteen-twenties.

Author: Frederick Lewis Allen
Publisher: New York, Harper [1957]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A social history of the United States during the "roaring twenties." Examines American individualism and the decade that they knew Mah Jong and Mencken, Couéism and Coolidge, Listerine and Lindbergh, as well as Capone, Ford, Babe Ruth, the Teapot Dome, and bathtub gin.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Lewis Allen
OCLC Number: 70306672
Description: 370 pages 22 cm

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A social history of the United States during the "roaring twenties." Examines American individualism and the decade that they knew Mah Jong and Mencken, Couéism and Coolidge, Listerine and Lindbergh, as well as Capone, Ford, Babe Ruth, the Teapot Dome, and bathtub gin.

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