1930s Packards?

Answer The Packard automobile in the 1930s was in fierce competition with the Lincoln, Cadillac and LaSalle to capture the luxury car market for mass-production cars. Packard would survive the Great Depre... Read More »

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Men's Hairstyles for the 1930s?

Fashion trends change often, including hairstyles. In the 1930's, short hair was the preferred hairstyle among men and men's hair remained short until the 1960s. Many men had mustaches that were ke... Read More »

Why was the Hoover Dam a wonder of the 1930s?

The Hoover Dam, begun in 1931 and completed in 1936, was considered a wonder of the 1930s because its harnessing of the Colorado River allowed farmers in Nevada, California and Arizona to receive a... Read More »

What mpg did the average car get in the 1930s?

The average gasoline consumption for vehicles during the 1930s was 15 to 20 miles per gallon. Since then, car mileage per gallon has not changed dramatically, peaking at 22 mpg in 1987, then declin... Read More »

How to Do 1930s Hair?

The free-spirited ladies of the 1920s, with their cropped bobs, were considered outdated in the glamorous 1930s, as stated by the book "America in the 1930s." Bleach blond locks were also a big tre... Read More »