Jazz age

Step back in time to the vibrant Jazz Age era with our collection of ideas and inspiration. Explore the music, fashion, and culture that defined an unforgettable decade.
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Forgotten Hollywood - Le Jazz Hot!

Listen to this episode from Manny Pacheco's Forgotten Hollywood on Spotify. This entire Forgotten Hollywood podcast series has skirted with the notion that Jazz was the music of choice throughout Hollywood's Golden Age. Today, we target this uniquely American product. The songs... The artists... All that Jazz! Broadcaster Joe Lyons jazzes up his Backlot report, with news and notes that reference Hollywood's past.

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Jean Enness is an established designer using innovation and creativity to produce unique luxury wallpaper designs and murals 1920s Art Deco Posters Jazz Age, 1920s Art Deco Posters, 1920s Wallpaper, Busby Berkeley, Creative Wallpaper, 1920 Fashion, Jazz Art, Art Deco Illustration, Art Deco Posters

Deco Jazz Age, Yellow

Overview A bold, fun Art Deco, creative wallpaper Jazz Age design, a touch of the Busby Berkeleys Measurements • Each roll is 20.5" wide x 11 yards long • Repeat: 15" Additional Notes • Printed to order, 3-4 week lead time. • Hanging Method, Paste the Wall Color Description Black and white illustration on yellow background Additional Info Jean Enness is an established designer using innovation and creativity to produce unique luxury wallpaper designs and murals. Born in London, Jean has had…

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Race, Gender, Jazz & Local 493: Black Women Musicians in Seattle: 1920-1955 •

During its brief and rocky tenure from 1918 to 1924, pianist Gertrude Harvey Wright was one of four women in Seattle’s first black musicians’ union, the American Federation of Musicians’ Local 458. Wright, Virginia Hughes, a “Mrs. Austin,” and (Edythe) “Turnham,” all worked with their … Read MoreRace, Gender, Jazz & Local 493: Black Women Musicians in Seattle: 1920-1955

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