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Chapter We find out that Mr. Raymond is not an alcoholic and he actually does just drink coca-cola. The jury is about to start deciding on Tom Robinson's fate when Calpurnia shows up to bring Jem, Scout, and Dill home.

"At the largest pattern shop in the world - Butterick's in Paris - the French woman is buying the same patterns offered to you in America today." Butterick's Patterns. In Good housekeeping. v.75 1922 Jul-Dec.

"At the largest pattern shop in the world - Butterick's in Paris - the French woman is buying the same patterns offered to you in America today." Butterick's Patterns. In Good housekeeping. v.75 1922 Jul-Dec.

Cod Liver Oil. You can't catch a cod like this now. In fact, you're lucky to get a cod at all, these days. And I am not buying the "palatable as milk."

Cod Liver Oil. You can't catch a cod like this now. In fact, you're lucky to get a cod at all, these days. And I am not buying the "palatable as milk."

Combination cream Jonteel.  "Beauty at your fingertips!" In Ladies' Home Journal, 1921, Jan-Apr.

Combination cream Jonteel. "Beauty at your fingertips!" In Ladies' Home Journal, 1921, Jan-Apr.

An image of a woman at a traditionally male barber shop, getting her hair bobbed. And this interesting tidbit from a newspaper: "Bobbed hair is given as the cause of wage increase demands being made by the journeyman barbers' union, which threatens to take a strike vote next week if an agreement is not reached." Highlights: a Cartoon History of the Nineteen Twenties, by Rollin Kirby.

An image of a woman at a traditionally male barber shop, getting her hair bobbed. And this interesting tidbit from a newspaper: "Bobbed hair is given as the cause of wage increase demands being made by the journeyman barbers' union, which threatens to take a strike vote next week if an agreement is not reached." Highlights: a Cartoon History of the Nineteen Twenties, by Rollin Kirby.

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