Jazz Age: The Storyboard

Jazz Age: The Storyboard

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  • Fashion of the 1920s
  • "Lets get this party on!
  • Music 
  • Whooo hooo!!
  • Alright y'all "Sweet Georgia Brown" is up next. 
  • Speakeasies 
  • Hey ladies, how are y'all doing?
  • Welcome everyone!!
  • Fashion during the 1920s was out of the box. Most women wore short dresses and had short hair during this time period. Their fashion was a way for them to express themselves and gain their own independence.
  • Organized Crime 
  • "You want some of what I am selling? I have the good stuff."
  • "Yea, sure man. Thank you. "
  • In the 1920s jazz music influenced many popular dances, fashion, and cultures today. Back then their music was more upbeat. Jazz consists of blues, Ragtime, and marching bands. Jazz was heard being played in dance halls, radios, and all over the country.
  • F.Scott Fitzgerald
  • The speakeasies bar came about dunting the Prohibition era. This was something that was done in secret because they knew drinking or selling alcohol was illegal. Many people that were part of the "speakeasies" took on another image as someone else distributing the alcohol, such as candy stores, etc. Speakeasies are also called "speakeasy."
  • Wealthy Lifestyles of the 1920s
  • The rapid spread of selling alcohol is what led to organized crimes during the 1920s. You began to see the wealth of gangsters developed. Al Capone and many others were a part of Mafia groups that played a part in the organized crimes. With all that had been going on the police couldn't even be effective.
  • F.Scott Fitzgerald is a writer and novelist. He is most famous for writing the book called "The Great Gatsby."  He was the voice for people during the Jazz period. He even popularized the term "Jazz Age." F.Scott Fitzgerald was often referred to as the "lost generation." He became an alcoholic in the 1920s.
  • The wealthy in the 1920s had an abundance of money. They were above all. They had soo much money that they spent it on extravagant parties, big cars, and just on things they most likely didn't need. Their fashion, music, and dances became more enhanced.
  • WELCOME TO MY PARTY!
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