Looking back on the art of the Jazz Age
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Skyscrapers and diamonds: Looking back at the Jazz Age

The 1920s in America are remembered for hot jazz, flapper girls, and speakeasies. And a new exhibit in New York is bringing that era to life.

Photos courtesy of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, Tiffany and Company, Neil Lane Collection and Matt Flynn at Smithsonian Institution.

Produced by Mat Morrison. Filmed by Olivia Lace-Evans. Edited by Bill McKenna.

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