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1940s Swiss golfing/ alpine resort poster http://www.vintagevenus.com.au/vintage/reprints/info/TV683.htm

1940s Swiss golfing/ alpine resort poster http://www.vintagevenus.com.au/vintage/reprints/info/TV683.htm

Art Deco Travel Posters (Art Deco or deco, is an eclectic artistic and design style that began in Paris in the 1920s and flourished internationally throughout the 1930s and into the World War II era.The style influenced all areas of design, including architecture and interior design, industrial design, fashion and jewelry, as well as the visual arts such as painting, graphic arts and film)

Art Deco Travel Posters (Art Deco or deco, is an eclectic artistic and design style that began in Paris in the 1920s and flourished internationally throughout the 1930s and into the World War II era.The style influenced all areas of design, including architecture and interior design, industrial design, fashion and jewelry, as well as the visual arts such as painting, graphic arts and film)

The New Yorker - Saturday, September 5, 1936 - Issue # 603 - Vol. 12 - N° 29 - Cover by : Adolph K. Kronengold

The New Yorker - Saturday, September 5, 1936 - Issue # 603 - Vol. 12 - N° 29 - Cover by : Adolph K. Kronengold

Art Deco Glamour by Stephen Fuller, via Behance

Art Deco Glamour by Stephen Fuller, via Behance

Life Mag Cover ILL. - Oct 14 1920 by Coles Phillips

Life Mag Cover ILL. - Oct 14 1920 by Coles Phillips

1957 Golf Illustration  Vintage Ladies Men by zippitydoodlepaper

1957 Golf Illustration Vintage Ladies Men by zippitydoodlepaper

By 1920, the standard golf ensemble was a matching two-piece dress.  Golf dresses were rather plain, with a straight or a pleated skirt.  Women often wore patterned stockings, and golf shoes of the time usually had rubber soles.  Starting around 1921, women golfers were sometimes pictured in knickers, but that would not have be allowed at many country clubs.  Illustration from Bonwit Teller Sports catalogue, 1925

By 1920, the standard golf ensemble was a matching two-piece dress. Golf dresses were rather plain, with a straight or a pleated skirt. Women often wore patterned stockings, and golf shoes of the time usually had rubber soles. Starting around 1921, women golfers were sometimes pictured in knickers, but that would not have be allowed at many country clubs. Illustration from Bonwit Teller Sports catalogue, 1925

Vogue Flapper Golfer

Vogue Flapper Golfer

Subpar Miniature Golf in Alameda, CA

Subpar Miniature Golf in Alameda, CA

Life Magazine Sep 1926 Lady Golfer Cover

Life Magazine Sep 1926 Lady Golfer Cover