The Flapper and Her Garter Flask

Hey, everyone’s gotta have some hooch or giggle water every now and then right? At least this young woman things so, stashing a flask right in her garter belt. Nobody will look down there.

Latest thing in flasks. Mlle. Rhea, dainty dancer who is now in the city as part of the Keiths program inaugurates the garter flask fad in Washington
Latest thing in flasks. Mlle. Rhea, dainty dancer who is now in the city as part of the Keiths program inaugurates the garter flask fad in Washington
 

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Silver Spring, Maryland, circa 1927. National Photo glass negatives marked "Jordan & Co." Among the new construction shown here is a National Guard armory. National Photo Company Collection.

Silver Spring in 1927

And check this out … the building being constructed in 1927 is still there! [googlemaps https://maps.google.com/maps?cbp=12,69.66,,0,-5.87&cbll=38.993972,-77.026795&layer=c&ie=UTF8&ll=38.993972,-77.026795&spn=0.007088,0.008647&t=m&z=17&panoid=OoNF6fv99mYlKOMa9xOXNg&source=embed&output=svembed]

Aerial view of Pennsylvania Avenue looking west, showing Federal Triangle and the National Mall. (2006)

Why Is It Named Federal Triangle?

Do you know the origin of the name "Federal Triangle"? Did you know that at one point the area was called "Pennsylvania Avenue Triangle"?

Model T advertisement

Buy a new car for $750! In the year 1911…

The Model T, Henry Ford’s affordable automobile invention, seems extra affordable by today’s standards. At the Miller Brothers Automobile Supply House at 1105-7 14th St.