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  • 1. THE GREAT GATSBYLiam, Steven, Max, Nick

2. LOCATIONThe Great Depression and the New Deal. 3. LOCATION CONTH.B. Eshleman Realty Co 4. SOCIAL THEMES The Atlanta Constitution 5. SOCIAL THEMES CONTWilliams, Betty. 6. MUSIC Louis Armstrong Lived 1901-1971 Pops Satchmo New OrleansGale Student Resources in Context. 7. MUSIC CONT Duke Ellington 1899-1974 Edward Kenedy American Music Black and Tan. Gale Student Resources InContext. 8. MUSIC CONT King Oliver 1885-1938 Joe Louis Armstrong Mutes (pauses) Jim Crow Richards, Tad 9. CLOTHINGMotion Picture & Television Photo ArchiveFraker, Bud 10. CLOTHING CONT Thomas, Pauline 11. SCENE SUMMARY In this scene Tom and Jordan attend a party at Gatsbys house. Thehouse in the book might have looked similar to those in the earlier slides.During the party, those attending were probably smoking, a popularpractice by men and women in the 1920s, as well as drinking, which wasillegal due to the 18th amendment to the constitution. They were mostlikely listening to music, possibly by popular jazz artists of the time likeLouis Armstrong or Duke Ellington. The party goers were probablywearing attire similar to that shown in the photographs in earlier slides. 12. SCENE SUMMARY CONTAs they walk through Gatsbys home they proceed to the secondfloor, whereupon they enter the library. Inside they meet Gatsbyhimself for the first time. 13. WORK CITED"H.B. Eshleman Realty Co." Los Angeles Times [Los Angeles] 1 Jan.1920: VI12. Print."The Nedses of Southern Pines, North Carolina." The Great Depressionand the New Deal. Woodbridge, CT: Primary Source Media,2010. American Journey. Gale Student Resources In Context.Web. 31 Jan. 2013. 14. WORK CITED"Asserted "Big Shot" Liquor Dealer Seized." Los Angeles Times [Los Angeles] 28 Dec. 1932: n. pag. ProQuest. Web. 31 Jan. 2013. ."New York Quiet As 1920 Dawns on Dry Country." The Atlanta Constitution [Atlanta] 1 Jan. 1920: n. pag. ProQuest. Web. 31 Jan. 2013. .Williams, Betty. Portrait of a Decade; The 1920s. London: B.T. Batsford, 1989. Print. 15. IMAGES CITED"Ellington w/ Armstrong." U*X*L Biographies. Detroit: U*X*L, 2010. Gale Student Resources In Context. Web. 6 Feb. 2013.U*X*L Biographies. Detroit: U*X*L, 2010. Gale Student Resources In Context. Web. 16. WORK CITEDBlackman, Cally. "The Great Gatsby." The 20th Century Fashion. Wisonsin: Gareth Stevens, 2000. N. pag. Print.Herald, Jacqueline. "Flappers." Fashion of the Decade the 1920s. New York Ny: Facts on FilePendergast, Sara, Tom Pendergast, and Sarah Hermsen. Fashion, Costume, and Culture: Clothing, Headwear, BodyDecorations, and Footwear through the Ages. Culture ed. Vol. 4.Detroit: UXL, 2004. Print. 17. WORKS CITEDFraker, Bud. Montgomery Clift in "The Heiress" 1948 Paramount.1948. Photograph. N.p.Thomas, Pauline. "1930s Fashion HistoryStylish Thirties." 1930sFashion History., n.d. Web. 04 Feb. 2013.Motion Picture & Television Photo Archive. Perfect Flapper The"Colleen Moore 1924 FirstNational. 1924. Photograph.N.p. 18. LOUIS ARMSTRONGVIDEO