August 1965

Volume 16
Issue 5

Features 

Soap was more than a cleansing agent, and an automobile gave you more than a ride. Here are the ideals of the 20’s in the slightly bent mirror of the

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For the first half hour on that fateful Thursday, stock prices were steady.

It was 1924 and the Klan was riding high. The author’s father, a congressman, wouldn’t join, and this Is how It felt to be an outcast In one’s own home town that

When the wheeling and dealing of some of President Harding’s closest friends was revealed, the mud spattered Cabinet members, the heads of oil companies, the chairman of the Republican party, and eventually the President himself

Under the Florida palms William Jennings Bryan orated and Gilda Gray shimmied while real-estate promoters hawked lots. It was the greatest land boom in our history

A Few Photographs Worth a Few Thousand Words

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All the old rules seemed to be vanishing in the Twenties. In exchange came a strange new world both gaudy and sad

A SEQUEL TO “THE SON OF THE SHECK”
featuring the death of RUDOLPH VALINTINO
and its REMARKABLE AFTERMATH 10 DAYS ONLY
Based on the actual events —With— POLA NEGRI
Screenplay for AMERICAN HERITAGE

August 1965