This post is not about color. It’s about how it is important to know all of the colors that are commonly used in the 1920’s! And if you know of any colors that were used, please send them along with my post to me so I can add them to the next posts.
This post would also be incomplete without a special thanks to: The Great Pumpkin, the Pumpkin Patch, The Dye Maker, The Wartorn Carpet in the Park, the Ranging Club of New York City, The American Woolen Mills in New-York, the Woolen Mills of New England, the Dye Works of the United States and Canada, The New England Rompers Club, the Lottie, the Old Woodstock Festival, Biscuits, Sweets, and Bites, The St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church, The Old Mill of Water Street, the Old Mill of Water Street, the Woolen Mill and the Mill (on the site of the Woolen Mills of New England), The Woolen Mills of Pennsylvania, the Woolen Mills of New England, The Latham Mill of the Bronx, the Woolen Mills of the Lower Hudson Valley and New York State, The Woolen Mills of New York City, and much more.
(Special thanks to the people in my Instagram! I would never have been able to do this without the support from people who put themselves out there to share their love for the past!)
Please keep all of the comments relevant! If you are unsure of how to spell a color name or its meaning, it is always best to Google search on a few sources before venturing too far. The more information that can be shared, the better! If you want a nice PDF of all the most common colors, you can check out the “Color Color and Value Table” PDF on the next page.
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