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   Order Code: GLD963    ISBN : 9780635131638
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The 20 sources are:
1. Photograph of young immigrants at Ellis Island, New York (circa 1915–1920)
2. Political cartoon depicting the women’s suffrage movement in the United States (1917)
3. Copy of advertisement for a Ford touring car in Farmers Magazine (1920)
4. Photograph of major league baseball superstar Babe Ruth and a political cartoon depicting national interest in his accomplishments
5. Newspaper advertisement for the Kelvinator refrigerator; electric refrigerators began to replace ice boxes in the early 1900s (1920)
6. Self-portrait by Walt Disney used on his business envelopes as he began his career as a cartoonist (1921)
7. Photograph of New York City police commissioner watching agents pour liquor into a sewer after a raid during Prohibition (1921)
8. Cover page for song "I’m Just Wild About Harry" from the Broadway show Shuffle Along, the first financially successful Broadway play with African American writers and an all-African American cast (1921)
9. Saturday Evening Post magazine cover titled "The Flapper" (1922)
10. Photograph of a Ford Motor Company assembly line (1923)
11. Photograph of President Calvin Coolidge throwing out a baseball at a major league baseball game – Calvin Coolidge served as the 30th U.S. president from 1923 to 1929 – photo taken 1924
12. Photograph of women tuning a radio (circa 1925)
13. Photograph of Langston Hughes and the words to his poem "Mother to Son"
14. Entertainer Josephine Baker performs the Charleston (1926)
15. Photograph of Charles Lindbergh in front of his airplane, Spirit of St. Louis (1927)
16. Copy of a movie poster for The Jazz Singer (1927)
17. Photograph of crowd outside the New York Stock Exchange after the stock market crash (1929)
18. Photograph of a workman on the framework of the Empire State Building (1930)
19. Photograph of jazz musician Louis Armstrong (1952)
20. Photograph of the Chrysler building in New York City, an example of the Art Deco movement (2005)

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