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BC: This is a poster for Gold Diggers of Broadway. It was1929 when it came out, and it was the second all-taling and all-color film.

FC: This is Warren G. Harding. He was our 29th President. He influenced a lot of people, and was also respected by the United States. | He was in office from the year 1921, to the year 1923.

1: Herbert Hoover believed that the government should never interfere with big business. He was our president during the 1920's.

2: Marcus Garvey was an effective leader of the 1920's. | With the help of the UNIA, Garvey formed a severe link in black America's centeries-a long struggle for freedom, justice, and equality.

3: This is Felix the Cat, he was very popular in the 1920's. He was actually the most popular, and he was known for his famous pace. | This is Felix the Cat, he was very popular in the 1920's. He was actually the most popular, and he was known for his famous pace. | This is Felix the Cat, he was very popular in the 1920's. He was actually the most popular, and he was known for his famous pace. | This is Felix the Cat, he was very popular in the 1920's. He was actually the most popular, and he was known for his famous pace.

4: This is a picture of Carrie Chapman Catt. | She had been elected to be the president of the National American Woman Suffrage Assosiation twice. | The largest orgnization working for women sufferage in the U.S., by a long shot it was the NAWSA.

5: Charlie Chaplin was an English comedy actor. He was considered to be one of the best mimes and clowns ever caught on film.

6: Henry Ford was the founder of the Ford Motor Company and the father of modern assembly lines. | Ford left most of his enormous fortune to the Ford Foundation, but arranged for his family to own the company permanently.

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  • Title: The Harlem Renaissance
  • This is a book on the famous people during the Great Depression. Like,... Presidents and such.
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  • Published: over 8 years ago

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