Flappers – Women of the 1920’s

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Cherry Hill Public Library
Half Conference Center A, Lower Level

Event Details

It was a period of American history that drove significant changes in how society perceived and accepted women. It was also a time of meteoric growth for our country and its women. The presentation discusses the emergence of American women from the demure Gibson Girl to the flashing Flapper. Also discussed are the impacts of WWI on society, the influences of literature, movies, art on how women were perceived and the fashion of the time.
Event Type(s): Adult
Age Group(s): Ages 18 and up
Katie Hardesty

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