In Little Italy, on the train to Rockaway, and at Rockaway Beach.
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There was much to do in 1922 over the flapper subspecies with the “peculiar shuffling gait,” weird handshake (done without clasping hands), black and white dresses, and turned back coat lapels decorated with splendid sparkling paperclips, called The Shifters.
Age of Adolescence
“The world of the adolescent is totally interlaced within itself and incapable of freeing itself…it whirls, rolls, and engulfs what it is allowed to engulf.”
In 1976, George Plemper took a position teaching science at a school in Thamesmead, London.
Coffee House Rendezvous
“We tend to attract a rather circumscribed clientele.
Ladies Have A Smoker
Smoker – (n.) An informal social gathering for men only
Sick of letting the boys have all the fun, the Young Women’s Republican Club of Milford, Connecticut decided to have a “smoker” of their own.
NYPL Picture Collection: Sleepovers
The pictures collected here are from the New York Public Library’s Picture Collection, a room full of folders upon folders of pictures.
Come On Children
Come On Children is a documentary film by Allan King.
The documentary “Make Believe” follows six of the world’s best teenager magicians as they compete for the title Teen World Champion.
Second Ward Summer
In the hot summer of 1972, photographer and filmmaker Danny Lyon was taking pictures in South El Paso’s Second Ward.