|The climax of an entire decade of classic entertainment.
|For kids, a feature-length cartoon...WOW! For Walt Disney,
the seeds of an entertainment kingdom...several of them.
|Saul Kovner's upper image of a Brooklyn playground would be little changed if painted today. However, Shokler's Brooklyn Waterfront looks nothing like Brooklyn today.
|Village Speakeasy Closed for Violation, c. 1934, Ben Shahn
|The Social Realism of Abraham Harriton (upper image)
and Reginald Marsh (lower image).
|The upper image, Stock Market Quotations, is famous
for the man on the left appearing to have three legs.
|Dust Storm, Rolla Kansas, 1935, Dorothea Lange.
|During my early college days in the mid-1960s, I made many trips through the Art Moderne Cincinnati Greyhound terminal traveling to and from home on alternating weekends.
|Auto design came a long way during the 1930s. Present-day automobiles owe a lot to the first tentative steps toward streamlining of that decade. Compare the Bugatti look of what "might have been" with that of the Schlorwagen.
|Where are the campy, caped, crime crusaders when
we really need them?
|1930s vintage Art Deco travel poster, Robert Falcucci
|Rhythm Sans Fin, 1930, Robert Delaunay