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MOBO MOGA – meaning Modern Boy Modern Girl, refers to modern Japanese individuals in the 1930′s. Avant Garde, individualism were much celebrated in art, fashion and lifestyle. Much of this part of history was ignored both in Japan and the world because of the actual horrors of the war immediately followed.

MOBO MOGA – meaning Modern Boy Modern Girl, refers to modern Japanese individuals in the 1930′s. Avant Garde, individualism were much celebrated in art, fashion and lifestyle. Much of this part of history was ignored both in Japan and the world because of the actual horrors of the war immediately followed.

Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places, Stylish Things | Page 6

Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places, Stylish Things | Page 6

The West Sitting Hall, Clinton Administration, in the private quarters of the Clinton White House. On the right wall hangs Claude Monet's "Morning on the Seine, Good Weather", a gift of the Kennedy family to the White House in memory of President John F. Kennedy.

The West Sitting Hall, Clinton Administration, in the private quarters of the Clinton White House. On the right wall hangs Claude Monet's "Morning on the Seine, Good Weather", a gift of the Kennedy family to the White House in memory of President John F. Kennedy.

Reagans have tea with Prince Charles and Princess Diana - Diana, Princess of…

Reagans have tea with Prince Charles and Princess Diana - Diana, Princess of…

March 2, 1967. Lady Bird welcomes to the White House family members of former Presidents: FDR’s granddaughter; President Taft’s son; Ike’s daughter-in-law, Barbara Eisenhower; and Margaret Truman and her husband Clifton Daniel.

March 2, 1967. Lady Bird welcomes to the White House family members of former Presidents: FDR’s granddaughter; President Taft’s son; Ike’s daughter-in-law, Barbara Eisenhower; and Margaret Truman and her husband Clifton Daniel.

President Coolidge and Helen Keller 1926

Helen Keller Met Charlie Chaplin In 1919, And The Rest Was History

The Inaugural Gala Gown worn by Jacqueline Kennedy on January 19, 1961 in her first major appearance as the glamorous new First Lady Elect. This gown was included in the book, "Fifty Dresses That Changed the World" by the Design Museum, England.

The Inaugural Gala Gown worn by Jacqueline Kennedy on January 19, 1961 in her first major appearance as the glamorous new First Lady Elect. This gown was included in the book, "Fifty Dresses That Changed the World" by the Design Museum, England.

President John F. Kennedy speaks with Prince Ranier of Monaco after a luncheon in honor of the Prince and his wife, Princess Grace.

President John F. Kennedy speaks with Prince Ranier of Monaco after a luncheon in honor of the Prince and his wife, Princess Grace.

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