The factory girls were told the radium they were ingesting was safe, but it turned out to be their demise.
Are you more 1990s or 1920s?
It wasn't socially acceptable for women to wear makeup before then so they were ready to put on their faces.
Being a teen in school 100 years ago wasn't really that different.
Will you have yourself a little Clifford? Or maybe a Mabel?
Gee willikers! That's a lot of money!
Just a little something while you're waiting for the invention of the time machine.
Bet you can't figure out this old-timey whodunit.
"I think that Gloria Swanson would have been entirely forgotten once I made my way onto that movie screen."
Recreate the golden age of Hollywood with plenty of velvet.
The fourth entry in Rowling's writing on the wizarding world of America focuses on the era of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.
Come on, wise guy. Give it to me straight. I know you're up to something.
Vive la France!
"Clue should have D.N.A. these days. And fingerprints!"
Homina homina homina.
Over 100 years of wedding days...
A typical day at the beach nearly 100 years ago...
Are you more like boss bitch Lady Mae? Or more like girly girl Ellen Love?
A lot has changed since the '20s... Or has it?
Happy 90th anniversary, old sport.
A diverse cast of models shows how the standard of beauty for women has changed dramatically over time.
From as early as 1916, the ladies have been gettin' it done.
Ghosts are real. Real photogenic.
Go away, e-cards. These relics of the past are a million times sweeter.
In a TV segment from the '60s, Walter Cronkite & co. interview a member of the Algonquin Round Table, a longtime editor of the New York Herald Tribune, and Alfred A. Knopf himself.
In a town of fewer than 2,000 people, Taylor's class of 1920 seems to have had a pretty good year.
Warning: These photos from the 1920s may make you want to eBay a typewriter. In other news, I have a new fetish!
Those 1920s Aussie crimesters sure look sharp.
These haunting photos are a product of early trick photography.
In 1924, the City of Detroit Police Department issued an ID card to "The Great Lester" -- a ventriloquist dummy.
Here's "sexy" swimwear circa 1921.
If you had to wear this to your middle school dance, it would have totally harshed your YOLO.
How do you say "Can't sleep, clown will eat me" in French?
The writer and famous quip-fount said she was "just a little Jewish girl trying to be cute." Yes and more, Mrs. Parker.
One still very popular board game has been around since before the Civil War.
Luckily the creepy killer robot did not come to fruition. Yet.
Everybody says LA has no past, but it does — it just gets torn down. Fortunately, there are a few amazing attractions left in the City of Angels that cropped up during the dawn of LA's golden age in the 1920s. Here are seven of 'em.
Some of these gorgeous gowns just might serve as an inspiration for your special day.
What's not to love?
Ain't no party like a Great Gatsby party cuz a Great Gatsby party is...(SPOILERS).
Some people really did not like F. Scott Fitzgerald's book.
These rare creepy photos from the 1920s exemplify every childhood fear you ever had of the boogeyman.
The city has undergone some major changes since the Roaring '20s. RIP old Penn Station.
WARNING: Adorableness ahead!
Prohibition gave us both booze cruises and Boardwalk Empire. Also, the KKK was a big fan.
He wore his lederhosen very high. Five photos.
“Can’t repeat the past? … Why, of course you can!”
Let's bring back the fast talk, because it's the bees-knees junior. Seriously let's make this happen.
With these gifts, Christmas is going to be the cat's meow!