Relive all the glories of the 1920s – All Our Days of Splendor

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 “We lived a life like few dared to live or could even afford to live.” – Flora Redding, 1920s

A novel by Alvin Conway 

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Fashion was all the rage and we raged for fashion

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“Real fashion was available to women for the first time and we reveled in the idea of dressing up and being the “it” girl.” -Eliza Pearce

The true magic splendor of love

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Triad of Love All Our Days of Splendor Alvin Conway

“Lipstick, kisses, and roses are the trio of love.” – Amélie Odin

 

And we loved with a love that was greater than love

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All Our Days of Splendor E Boardman

“We were mad about love, spontaneous public smiles that veiled intent, and all the girlish intrigues that decorated romance.” – Eliza Pearce, 1926

All Our Days of Splendor – cloak and dagger intrigue

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Cloak and Dagger

“We moved through a world of shadows and intrigue. Sometimes, nothing was what it seemed or appeared.” – Inspector Friedrich Müller, 1926

The Lost Art of the Swim – 1920s

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Lost Art of the Swim 1920s

“The bathing suit was minimalist and liberating. It was a wonderful chance to meld with nature and the elements. We swam constantly.” – Flora Clare Redding, author, poet 1926

All the Splendor of Cinema – silent films of the 1920s

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“We had individuality. We did as we pleased. We stayed up late and we dressed the way we wanted.” –Clara Bow, Silent Film actress, 1920s