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Peaches Browning, the 16 year old wife of the New York millionaire arrived in Chicago today on the Twentieth Century Limited for a two week dancing engagement in a cafe, Chicago, Illinois, April 7, 1927. A resoultion was in the hands of the Chicago city council to prevent her from performing. While she is here, she hopes that a plastic surgeon will be successful in removing the acid scars from her face

Peaches Browning, the 16 year old wife of the New York millionaire arrived in Chicago today on the Twentieth Century Limited for a two week dancing engagement in a cafe, Chicago, Illinois, April 7, 1927. A resoultion was in the hands of the Chicago city council to prevent her from performing. While she is here, she hopes that a plastic surgeon will be successful in removing the acid scars from her face

St Louis Cardinals pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander poses before a game in Sportsmans Park in St Louis, flanked by two flappers promoting a health charity.  photo by Mark Rucker, 1927

St Louis Cardinals pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander poses before a game in Sportsmans Park in St Louis, flanked by two flappers promoting a health charity.  photo by Mark Rucker, 1927

Mrs Adolphus Busch (Lilly Eberhard Anheuser in white dress, black hat) and Marion Davies (on the right), surrounded by numerous orphaned children, some of which are holding balloons. 1927

Mrs Adolphus Busch (Lilly Eberhard Anheuser in white dress, black hat) and Marion Davies (on the right), surrounded by numerous orphaned children, some of which are holding balloons. 1927

bakers preparing to bake the world’s largest apple pie to celebrate National Apple Week in Yakima, Washington October, 1927. The pie is 10 feet across, has 400 gallons of apples, and it took five cords of wood to heat the oven to bake it. It weighs 1 ton, and will be consumed by 2000 school children
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bakers preparing to bake the world’s largest apple pie to celebrate National Apple Week in Yakima, Washington October, 1927. The pie is 10 feet across, has 400 gallons of apples, and it took five cords of wood to heat the oven to bake it. It weighs 1 ton, and will be consumed by 2000 school children
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bakers preparing to bake the world’s largest apple pie to celebrate National Apple Week in Yakima, Washington October, 1927. The pie is 10 feet across, has 400 gallons of apples, and it took five cords of wood to heat the oven to bake it. It weighs 1 ton, and will be consumed by 2000 school children

Dorothy Mackaill is bear crazy in 1927’s Man Crazy.  photo by Frank Bangs for First National Pictures

Dorothy Mackaill is bear crazy in 1927’s Man Crazy.  photo by Frank Bangs for First National Pictures