Dating in the 1930s
Between 19, a dramatic demographic shift changed family dynamics across the United States. By 1900, the average American woman was having only half as many children as she would have three generations earlier.Thanks to increased access to birth control, couples in the professional and managerial classes were stopping after their second or third kid.Another exception included sacramental wine for the church).Of the two bottles we grabbed, one had a Larkmead label that read ‘California Burgundy’ with no vintage date.Then Dan Petroski, winemaker, greeted us with a grin that suggested he had something even cooler in store for us.Weeks earlier, a gentleman contacted Petroski regarding several cases of Larkmead wines dating from the 1930s.Whether you’re on the hunt for a garment for a costume theme party or the perfect piece to add to your vintage collection, it is very beneficial to have some knowledge of how to figure out approximately when an article of clothing was made.To help you with the basics of dating vintage clothing, we’ve decided to start a series of installments on the topic, beginning with the 1930s and spanning to the 1980s.
Here at the shop we regularly have customers seeking items from specific time periods or with particular details.
(1930s fashion show via Wearing History) The 1930s were a time of economic hardship for the majority of North Americans.