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  • Portrait of American author F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda wearing winter coats, circa 1921. "The Great Gatsby," one of Fitzgerald's well-known novels, was published on April 10, 1925.
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  • New York Skyline, Chrysler Building, 1920s. In 1925, New York surpassed London as the largest city in the world.
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  • Scaffolding workers twenty stories above the ground during the building of the Telephone Company building at Vesey Street, New York, 1925.
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  • American statesman Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States of America, in front of the White House, 1925.
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  • Bathers, beach umbrellas and tents crowd the beach at Ocean City, New Jersey, circa 1925.
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  • A crowd watches a line of airplanes flying in the Chicago area, ca.1920s.
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  • At an army base in Brooklyn, men drain 10,000 barrels of beer into New York Harbor during Prohibition, May 19, 1925.
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  • A portrait of jazz great Louis Armstrong smiling while holding his trumpet, Chicago, ca.1920s.
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  • Full-length portrait of a woman wearing a formal evening dress while standing in front of curtain circa 1925.
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  • British actor and director Charles Chaplin, dressed as The Tramp, standing outdoors with actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr, bandleader Paul Whiteman, and actor Douglas Fairbanks Sr. circa 1925.
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  • Babe Ruth talks with Wilbert Robinson before a game at Yankee Stadium in 1925.
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  • The famous dancer Margaret Hawkesworth comes to New York aboard the SS Olympic, circa 1925.
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  • WO Bentley standing between two of his cars. During the late 1920s Bentley achieved a set of record race wins that was not equalled until the 1950s by Jaguar and not beaten until the 1960s by Ferrari.
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  • New pro football player Harold “Red” Grange receiving a forward pass and making a 20-yard run, New York, New York, Dec. 6, 1925. This was the first season that the New York Giants were part of the National Football League.
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