Henry Ford and mass production, allowed one to buy a Ford for $290
KDKA in Pittsburgh, PA
November 2, 1920
KDKA in Pittsburgh, PA, becomes the first radio station to offer regular broadcasts. KDKA provided its first remote broadcast by airing a choir, live, from the Pittsburg Calvary Baptist Church in January 1921.
The Miss America contest began in Atlantic City
Margaret Gorman (16 years old) was the first winner with measurements of 30-25-32.
Lie Detector Invented
First Olympic Winter Games
The Games were organized by the French Olympic Committee, and were in retrospect designated by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as the I Olympic Winter Games.
The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald publishes The Great Gatsby in 1925.
Mail was now transported by Air flying companies
They outbid the railroads
The First Oscars Were Given
The first Oscar movie was a Paramount Picture, called Wings, and Emil Jennings and Janet Gaynor won best acting awards.