Tag Archives: Easter in the 1920s

A Bit of Holiday Fun: Boozy Easter Eggs from 1932

“How much for the eggs?” John Huntley asked, eyeing the large display of Easter candy on the delicatessen’s counter. He’d heard the stuff had been selling like hot cakes, and no one was sure why—but being a Prohibition agent, he … Continue reading

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“She Needs a Hat”: 1920s Easter Bonnets!

“Has any one a brown turban or soft hat that I might touch up a little for a girl of 19 years? She needs it, and I should like to make her happy for Easter Sunday. I will gladly pay … Continue reading

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