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    fashion
  • manner: how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"

  • Make into a particular or the required form

  • Use materials to make into

  • make out of components (often in an improvising manner); "She fashioned a tent out of a sheet and a few sticks"

  • characteristic or habitual practice





    cheap
  • Charging low prices

  • relatively low in price or charging low prices; "it would have been cheap at twice the price"; "inexpensive family restaurants"

  • (of prices or other charges) Low

  • (of an item for sale) Low in price; worth more than its cost

  • brassy: tastelessly showy; "a flash car"; "a flashy ring"; "garish colors"; "a gaudy costume"; "loud sport shirts"; "a meretricious yet stylish book"; "tawdry ornaments"

  • bum: of very poor quality; flimsy











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Cheap Amusements: Working Women and Leisure in Turn-of-the-Century New York


Cheap Amusements: Working Women and Leisure in Turn-of-the-Century New York



What did young, independent women do for fun and how did they pay their way into New York City's turn-of-the-century pleasure places? "Cheap Amusements" is a fascinating discussion of young working women whose meager wages often fell short of bare subsistence and rarely allowed for entertainment expenses. Kathy Peiss follows working women into saloons, dance halls, Coney Island amusement parks, social clubs, and nickelodeons to explore the culture of these young women between 1880 and 1920 as expressed in leisure activities.By examining the rituals and styles they adopted and placing that culture in the larger context of urban working-class life, she offers us a complex picture of the dynamics shaping a working woman's experience and consciousness at the turn-of-the-century. Not only does her analysis lead us to new insights into working-class culture, changing social relations between single men and women, and urban courtship, but it also gives us a fuller understanding of the cultural transformations that gave rise to the commercialization of leisure.The early twentieth century witnessed the emergence of "heterosocial companionship" as a dominant ideology of gender, affirming mixed-sex patterns of social interaction, in contrast to the nineteenth century's segregated spheres. "Cheap Amusements" argues that a crucial part of the "reorientation of American culture" originated from below, specifically in the subculture of working women to be found in urban dance halls and amusement resorts.










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I grew up in the back of a mini department store. My sister called it the Polly Esther Palace. Sidney, the fellow on the left was the owner. We all worked for him.
The place was filled to the lighting fixtures with cheap womens clothing. You could walk in there naked and walk out with every kind of adornment known to the fashion period. Except shoes.
Sid, my father, was a child of the Great Depression. "there were nights my father would come home from work and there would be no food on the table", He would say. "the whole family would go hungry".
Then there was the Second World War.
From starvation to fighting the Germans.
He thought we had it too easy.. He was always trying to give us the hard lessons so that we would grow up strong, like he was. I was 12 when I started working at the store. Christmas was the worst. My sister and I would be on our feet for 10 hours...
gift wrapping nylon, Dacron,... all kinds of synthetic materials that would only hold the shape of a ball once inside a cheap oblong box , it's cover read "Lillies' Shoppe, where high fashion meets low prices" . Sid would give us a maniacal
stare as a customer would shout a demand; "gift wrap this!". We could read his mind.....THAT box cost a nickel.











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Women's Silk Tweed Knitted Coat with Angora Collar & Cuffs - A Vintage 1958 Knitting Pattern - Kindle Ebook Download (digital book, jacket, ladies, winter, rabbit)







WOMEN'S SILK TWEED KNITTED COAT WITH ANGORA COLLAR AND CUFFS

A downloadable vintage knitting pattern for your Kindle!
Instructions for sizes 12, 14, and 16 are included with this pattern.

This pattern was originally published in 1958. It has been digitally edited and converted to
downloadable format (by NorthernLightsVintage) for viewing on the Kindle wireless reading device.

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Did you know? Kindle books can now be read on
many other electronic devices? So even if you
don't yet have your Kindle, you can still download
and read the fabulous ebooks Amazon has to offer
for the Kindle! That's right, you can now download
and read Kindle ebooks on your PC, Mac, laptop,
3G device, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and many
others! (pssst....it's free!)

Learn more here: http://amzn.to/NoKindleNeeded
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Pattern Name: Women's Silk Tweed Knitted Coat with Angora Collar & Cuffs
Sizes: 12, 14, 16
Craft: Knitting
Original Publishing Year: 1958
Format: Kindle eBook download

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MATERIALS REQUIRED
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BOTANY KWILTEE, 2 oz. skeins.
and
BUCILLA PURE SILK TWEED, 400 yd. tubes.
BUCILLA 100% IMPORTED FRENCH ANGORA.

KNITTING NEEDLES --
1 pair "Boye" 14-inch Non-Inflammable Needles, Size 10
-OR SIZE YOU REQUIRE TO KNIT TO GAUGE GIVEN BELOW.
1 pair "Boye" 14-inch Non-Inflammable Needles,
Size 8 for hems and Angora collar and cuffs.

Note: If desired, coat may be made with Kwiltee only omitting Silk Tweed and using 1 pair "Boye" 14-inch Non-Inflammable Needles, Size 10 ? -OR SIZE YOU REQUIRE TO KNIT TO GAUGE GIVEN BELOW.
1 pair "Boye" 14-inch Non-Inflammable Needles, Size 8 for hems and Angora collar and cuffs.

GAUGE: 4 sts = 1 inch

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I have many more vintage patterns available for Kindle download! You may view them all at
the following Amazon website: http://amzn.to/NorthernLightsVintage

You can also view them by clicking on my name: "NorthernLightsVintage" at the top of this
page, directly under the pattern title. Or you can type "NorthernLightsVintage" into any Amazon or
Kindle search window for a complete listing of all ebooks I currently offer.
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Thank you for stopping by! Have a wonderful day! :)

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WOMEN'S SILK TWEED KNITTED COAT WITH ANGORA COLLAR AND CUFFS

A downloadable vintage knitting pattern for your Kindle!
Instructions for sizes 12, 14, and 16 are included with this pattern.

This pattern was originally published in 1958. It has been digitally edited and converted to
downloadable format (by NorthernLightsVintage) for viewing on the Kindle wireless reading device.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Did you know? Kindle books can now be read on
many other electronic devices? So even if you
don't yet have your Kindle, you can still download
and read the fabulous ebooks Amazon has to offer
for the Kindle! That's right, you can now download
and read Kindle ebooks on your PC, Mac, laptop,
3G device, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and many
others! (pssst....it's free!)

Learn more here: http://amzn.to/NoKindleNeeded
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pattern Name: Women's Silk Tweed Knitted Coat with Angora Collar & Cuffs
Sizes: 12, 14, 16
Craft: Knitting
Original Publishing Year: 1958
Format: Kindle eBook download

----------------------------------
MATERIALS REQUIRED
----------------------------------

BOTANY KWILTEE, 2 oz. skeins.
and
BUCILLA PURE SILK TWEED, 400 yd. tubes.
BUCILLA 100% IMPORTED FRENCH ANGORA.

KNITTING NEEDLES --
1 pair "Boye" 14-inch Non-Inflammable Needles, Size 10
-OR SIZE YOU REQUIRE TO KNIT TO GAUGE GIVEN BELOW.
1 pair "Boye" 14-inch Non-Inflammable Needles,
Size 8 for hems and Angora collar and cuffs.

Note: If desired, coat may be made with Kwiltee only omitting Silk Tweed and using 1 pair "Boye" 14-inch Non-Inflammable Needles, Size 10 ? -OR SIZE YOU REQUIRE TO KNIT TO GAUGE GIVEN BELOW.
1 pair "Boye" 14-inch Non-Inflammable Needles, Size 8 for hems and Angora collar and cuffs.

GAUGE: 4 sts = 1 inch

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
I have many more vintage patterns available for Kindle download! You may view them all at
the following Amazon website: http://amzn.to/NorthernLightsVintage

You can also view them by clicking on my name: "NorthernLightsVintage" at the top of this
page, directly under the pattern title. Or you can type "NorthernLightsVintage" into any Amazon or
Kindle search window for a complete listing of all ebooks I currently offer.
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Thank you for stopping by! Have a wonderful day! :)

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