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1930s/To Kill A Mockingbird

  • 1920 Flapper Wear

    When the 20s was a carefree lifestyle. The dresses began to get a lot shorter about two inches above knee. They also had a headband and it was alot more revealing. They also bobbed there hair and smoked more.
  • 1920s hair

    1920s hair
    It was bobbed and curled in a rage styles.
  • Lunch box Foods

    Lunch box Foods
    Peanut butter and entire-wheat bread sandwiches, scrambled-egg sandwiches, raising ginberbread, an apple, milk (hot-cold bottle).
    Creamed chicken, ham or veal and entire-wheat bread sandwiches, jelly and white bread sandwiches, a hard-cooked egg, sponge cake, lemonade.
  • Horse Tiller

    Horse Tiller
    Helped farmers till their land using horses power to pull this machine.
  • 1930's Case Tractor

    1930's Case Tractor
    An old tractor that helped farmers make money and farm easier.
  • 1930s telephone

    1930s telephone
    A telephone used to make phone calls to other people instead of going to their house to talk.
  • The Golden Age of Baseball

    Baseball was the most popular sport during the Depression. People went to baseball games so they could forget about their own problems.
  • 1930s dress hemline gets lower

    1930s dress hemline gets lower
    In the 1930s the dresses went back to below the knee. People didnt have enough money for parties and we sadder, because it was the Depression.
  • 1930s Hair

    1930s Hair
    This was hair that came to about the shoulder. It was usally curled and the bangs were off the face frame.
  • Hostess Twinkies!!!!

    Hostess Twinkies!!!!
    an american food brand opened in 1930s called Hostess Twinkies
  • Phone companies come together

    Phone companies come together
    Phone providers such as AT&T and Western Electric come together in 1930 to discuss ways to improve in the 1930's.
  • The Depression - sports

    "During the 1930s, sports were still very popular, but because of the Depression, people were not attending as many sports events as they were before."
    Quote from www.ask.com
  • US Drought

    US faces worst drought in the midwest. Worst drought of US history. Date not specified.
  • 1931 Duesenberg

    1931 Duesenberg
    The 1931 duesenberg debuts
  • Tootsie Pops!!!!

    Tootsie Pops!!!!
    tootsie pops opened up in 1931 and continue to this day a fun and tasty treat for kids.
  • Frankenstein (Movie)

    Possibly the most redone movie of all time. Famous for being asemi-horror film.
  • Franklin Roosevelt is nominated as a candidate for the presidential campaign

    The Democratic party nominates Franklin Roosevelt for presidential canidate for the 1932 election at the Democratic convention in Chicago.
  • FDR Pledges New Deal

    FDR Pledges New Deal
    Franklin D. Roosevelt wins the Democratic Party's nomination for the presidency, prevailing on the fourth ballot at the Democratic Convention in Chicago. In a break with precedent, Roosevelt travels to Chicago to accept the nomination in person. "I pledge you, I pledge myself," Roosevelt declares, "to a new deal for the American people."
  • FDR wins the Election

    FDR wins the Election
    Franklin D. Roosevelt defeats Herbert Hoover in a landslide to win the presidency. Hoover wins only six states as FDR steamrolls to victory with more than 57% of the popular vote and 89% of the electoral vote.
  • "Nothing to fear but fear it's self." FDR

    Speech they refer to in TKAM
  • King Kong (Movie)

    King Kong (Movie)
    King Kong a very interesting movie that is still being redone today.
  • Period: to

    TKAM takes place over two and half years (1933-1935)

  • Banking act

    Banking act
    Congress passes the Banking Act of 1933, which establishes the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, which virtually ends bank failures in America.
  • Work Recovery act

    Work Recovery act
    Congress passes the National Industrial Recovery Act, the signature piece of legislation of the First New Deal, which Roosevelt hopes will lift the industrial economy out of Depression.
  • TKAM: WPA is adopted

    TKAM: WPA is adopted
    A government agency, the WPA, employed musicians, artists, writers, actors and directors. Their time was to create a historical record of the 1930s.
  • TKAM: The National Recovery Act

    TKAM: The National Recovery Act
    The National Recovery Administration (NRA) was the primary New Deal agency established by U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) in 1933.
  • 1935 Ford Roadster

    1935 Ford Roadster
    Ford starts production of the 1935 Ford Roadster
  • Emergency Relief Appropriations Act

    Congress passes the Emergency Relief Appropriations Act, which allocates $5 billion for work relief projects administered through the new Works Progress Administration, which will ultimately employ more than eight million Americans.
  • TKAM: Tom Robinson court case

    TKAM: Tom Robinson court case
  • social security

    Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Social Security Act, the signature piece of legislation of the entire New Deal era, which permanently changes the relationship between the American people, their government, and the free market.
  • TKAM: Story ends as Scout takes Boo home.

  • 1935 Candy brands known nation wide

    1935 Candy brands known nation wide
    Tootsie pops, Hershey Bars, Butterfingers, Milk Duds, Baby Ruth, Whitman samplers (box of candy), Lifesavers, NECCOs (& conversation hearts), Mounds, Milky Ways, Heath bars, Snickers,
  • Logging truck

    Logging truck
    Helped with getting wood
  • Jesse Owens

    Jesse Owens wins 4 gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
  • 1936 Cadillac V16 Series 90

    1936 Cadillac V16 Series 90
    1936 Cadillac V16 Series 90 debuts
  • First T.V. Broadcast.

    First T.V. broadcast in London.
  • meals for a sunday in 1937

    meals for a sunday in 1937
    [1937]
    "A Week of Family Menus," America's Cook Book, compiled by the Home Institute of the New York Herald Tribune [Charles Scribner's Sons:New York] 1937 (p. 855)
    Sunday: Breakfast--Sliced oranges, prepared cereal, fluffy omelet, toast, marmalade, coffee, milk; Lunch--Tomato loaf salad, cream cheese and chives sandwiches, peach cream dessert, tea, cocoal; Dinner--Stuffed shoulder of lamb, browned potatoes, buttered beets, asparagus salad, frozen prune pudding, milk, coffee.
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (Movie)

    Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (Movie)
    Possibly one of the most popular Disney movies of all time. Still being redone in various ways to this day.
  • FDR begins second term as president

  • National Basketball League

    The National Basketball League was formed in 1937.
  • Kristallnacht

    "The Night of Broken Glass" seen as the start of the Holocaust
  • 1938 Bugatti Type 57SC

    1938 Bugatti Type 57SC
    1938 Bugatti Type 57SC debuts
  • Start of World War II

    1939 Germany invades Poland thereby starting WWII.
  • Lay's chips open

    Lay's chips open
    in 1930 many food factories opened and this included Lay's
  • Over The Rainbow-Judy Garland

    Over The Rainbow-Judy Garland
    The number one hit of the 1930's brought in by the number one movie, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
  • 1939 Delahaye 165

    1939 Delahaye 165
    1939 Delahaye 165 debuts
  • The Wizard of Oz (Movie)

    The Wizard of Oz (Movie)
    First Technicolor film. One of the most famous movies of our time.
  • 1940s Dresses

    1940s Dresses
    In the 1940s the dresses had a tight waistline and went down to the knees still. The dresses also had shoulder pads, this was becoming more popular, but the dresses still didnt go above the knee.
  • 1940s Hair

    This remained very much the same as in the 1930s.
  • FDR death

    President Franklin D. Roosevelt dies April 12, 1945 in office. Harry S Truman takes over as president.
  • 1950s dresses

    1950s dresses
    In the 1950s the dresses began to have less on the top and more flare, they still went to the knee. This included solid colors or flower patterns.