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The Art of JAMA
September 24, 2014

Pavilion Street, Mount AdamsFrances Farrand Dodge

JAMA. 2014;312(12):1180-1181. doi:10.1001/jama.2013.279741

As the 1920s came roaring into their lives, Americans beheld the unfolding of a new age that was resplendent with movies, mass-produced automobiles, and shiny appliances that made running a household easier for Mom. The antics of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton entertained many, and availability of cars, especially the tin lizzie, encouraged the exploration of distant horizons. Selected work of the era by Frances Farrand Dodge (1878-1969) acknowledges the evolving modern age but seems set against a backdrop of nostalgia for simpler times.

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