1920s comic

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  • Mary, honey its time for bed, young ladies should learn to go to bed early. We have a long day of work ahead of us. Tomorrow your learning sewing!
  • Goodnight sweetie!
  • Goodnight mom! *whispers* Time for some fun!...only if I could just find my outfit.
  •  The outfit in which Mary is wearing is a typical outfit that "flappers' would wear because it allows a much more movement for dancing.
  • 11:00p.m
  • In the 1920's, when people wanted to enter speakeasies they had to say a password to enter
  •  The clock stuck 10;00pm and it was time for Mary to go to bed. Although Mary hadn't intended to end her day just yet...
  • Monkey one Monkey two
  • Ma'am?
  • You May Enter!
  • During prohibition, the only place to find alcohol were gangster ran nightclubs that received their alcohol from bootleggers or rum runners who illegally smuggle alcohol to these places.
  • Mary was always a fun person. She was quiet and and innocent but at night came out the real person she was. There's always a wild side to an innocent face.
  • John, Elizabeth! 
  • Hi Mary!!
  • The Charleston involves the fast-paced swinging of the legs as well as big arm movements. It is a widely known dance in the 1920s.  Women that did the Charleston were known as "Flappers" because of the way the way they would flap their arms like birds while dancing.
  • Mary sneaks our of her house and secretly walks to her favorite place on earth
  • This was not Mary's first time at the Gill Mill, she was pretty familiar with this place. This was the only place in which she could truly express herself.
  • Mary find her friends at the speakeasy and decides to have a few drinks.
  • Mary dances all night with her friends, she loves the upbeat tempos of Jazz.  Her feet keeps up with every beat of the music. The Charleston is her favorite dance of all!
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