Table of contents for Divas, flappers, and the new American woman : women's images and issues in the 1920s / by Catherine Gourley.

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 Author¿s Note	
Prologue		Armistice Day, November 11, 1918
Chapter 1		Modern Girls and the Media
		Sidebar: Coney Island on a Summer Day
		Sidebar: Lucille¿s New Name
		Sidebar: Women Make News 1929: The Teenage Aviatrix 
		Sidebar: Women Make News 1923: Vincent¿s Voice
Chapter 2		Money Can¿t Buy You Love
		Sidebar: The Pitiful Spinster
 Sidebar: The Education of Lillian Gilbreth
		Sidebar: Do You Offend?
		Sidebar: The Black Mammy Monument	
Chapter 3		Morals and Manners
		Sidebar: Music Madness
 Sidebar: High-Heeled Contradictions
 Sidebar: Women Make News 1921: Margaret Gorman Crowned Miss America
 Sidebar: La Dueña 
 Sidebar: Gimme a Little Kiss, Baby Face!
Chapter 4		Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder
		Sidebar: The Evils of Going Corsetless
		Sidebar: Behind the Red Door
		Sidebar: The Unmentionable
Chapter 5		The Backlash against Modern Times
		Sidebar: A Nickel, a Prayer, and a Woman¿s Responsibility
Sidebar: Women Make News 1926: The Strange Disappearance of Sister Aimee
 Sidebar: The Raid
Epilogue		Change and Continuity and What Comes Next
Source Notes

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Women -- United States -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Women -- United States -- Social life and customs -- 20th century.
Popular culture -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Nineteen twenties.