Bathing Suits in the 1920's


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Bathing Suits 1920's

Bathing Suits of the 1920's

Here for your browsing pleasure is a majestic photo of Col. Sherrell, Supt. of Public Buildings and Grounds, has issued an order that bathing suits at the Washington bathing beach must not be over six inches above the knee .. It was made in 1922.

The illustration documents Bill Norton the bathing beach policeman measuring distance between knee and bathing suit on woman, Washington, D.C.

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Image ID# A3E67920

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