Index
Introduction
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Image & Lifestyle

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Work, Education, & Reform

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Sexuality

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African American New Woman

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Opposition
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Introduction Images
  1. Life magazine cover, artist John Held, Jr.
  2. Women mechanics. Library of Congress.
  3. Dancing flapper. Courtesy of Estate of Paul Sann.
  4. Harlem painting by William H. Johnson.
  5. Klan Women from Women New York Times Rotogravure Picture Section,
    December 3, 1922.

Introduction Documents
  1. "Feminist - New Style," Dorothy Dunbar-Bromley, Harper's, October 1927.

Image & Lifestyle Images
  1. Gibson Girl.Charles Dana Gibson
  2. Bessie Smith. National Women's Hall of Fame.
  3. Rouge advertisement, Cosmopolitan, May 1921.
  4. Hair-bobbing. Courtesy of Estate of Paul Sann.
  5. Women in bathing suits.
  6. "How About the Twenty-First Amendment?" Literary Digest, February 7, 1925.

Image & Lifestyle Documents
  1. "New Freedom and the Girls," Edward S. Martin, Harper's, August 1926.
  2. "The Flapper" by Dorothy Parker.
  3. Songs about flapper from the musical No No Nanette, 1925.

Work, Education, & Reform Images
  1. Women employed in an office. Library of Congress.
  2. American Association of University Women, 1924.

Sexuality Images
  1. Women and men in an automobile.
  2. "What Has Happened to Society?" (sketch), Literary Digest, 1921.
  3. Margaret Sanger, 1929. Courtesy of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
  4. Stylish women.
  5. Emma Goldman, 1919. Library of Congress.
  6. Sketch of old woman observing young flappers. Cosmopolitan, October 1923.

Sexuality Documents
  1. "Sex Among the Moderns," Samuel D. Schmalhausen, Birth Contro Review, October 1928.
  2. "Love and Marriage," Emma Goldman, The Woman Rebel, March 1914.
  3. "Birth Control," Ella K. Dearborn, Birth Control Review, March 1928.
  4. Margaret Sanger's comment on women's right to birth control, Birth Control Review, January 1928.
  5. "Why the Woman Rebel?" Margaret Sanger, The Woman Rebel, March 1914.

African American New Woman Images
  1. Harlem night life, painting. Courtesy of Kimball King.
  2. Madame Walker haircare product advertisement. See www.techteens.org/TTIP99Jan/CJWalker/pic.htm
  3. African American hair salon in the 1920s.

African American New Woman Documents
  1. "The New Woman," Sheila Kaye-Smith, Living Age, November 5, 1929.
  2. "The Catholic Crusade for Modesty," Literary Digest, August 30, 1924.
Opposition Images
  1. Bathing suit "vulgarity," 1921.
Opposition Documents
  1. "The New Woman," Sheila Kaye-Smith, Living Age, November 5, 1929.
  2. "The Catholic Crusade for Modesty," Literary Digest, August 30, 1924.
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