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In the 1920s and 1930s the Art Deco style influenced everything from art and architecture, interiors and furnishings, automobiles and boats to the small, personal objects that were part of everyday life: Featuring high-quality photography and vintage illustrations and ephemera, this book brings these objects to life in exquisite detail for the first time. The objects in this themed book encompass the Deco style at its most alluring, as well as the modernity, excitement, and social revolution of the Jazz Age.

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Fenton Art Glass - the online home of Fenton Glass Works. 

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Ruby Lane - one of the most comprehensive malls on the Web.
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Circus World Museum -
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Fostoria Glass Museum -
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Nantucket Shipwreck and Lifesaving Museum - museum dedicated to telling the story of lifesaving on Nantucket Island in Nantucket, Mass.
Nantucket Whaling Museum - includes an 1847 candle factory, whaling exhibits on the island of Nantucket, Mass.
National Watch and Clock Museum - museum of the National Watch and Clockmakers Association, dedicated solely to the history of horology in America, in Columbia, Pa.
New Bedford Whaling Museum - the premier whaling museum - New Bedford, Mass.

New Orleans Pharmacy Museum  -
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Mystic Seaport Museum - museum of whaling and the sea - Mystic, Conn.
Packwood House Museum - historic townhouses filled containing the antiques collections of Edith Fetherston in Lewisburg, Pa.
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Queens Museum of Art - the New York Pavillion from the 1939 World's Fair, displaying memorabilia from the fair as well as art.
Smithsonian Institution - the U.S. national museum, containing thousands of objects relating to U.S. history in Washington, D.C.
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