The Eiffel Tower was the tallest structure on Earth.
"Teenagers" didn't exist.
Woodrow Wilson was president.
The "Great War" had just ended.
There was no NFL.
Kids played with Raggedy Ann and Lincoln Logs.
People were reading L. Frank Baum.
Mary Pickford was the picture of beauty.
Molasses made headlines.
Birth control was brand-new.
People took street cars to get around.
Groceries were a lot cheaper (kinda).
Model T's were the most popular car.
The World Series was a scam.
Alcohol was officially illegal.
People spent a lot more on clothes.
The movies were silent.
Irving Berlin dominated the radio.
"Arts and Crafts" decor reigned supreme.
Women still couldn't vote.
Minimum wage didn't exist.
People ordered homes out of catalogs.
Modern conveniences included toasters and zippers.
Mass-produced foods were a new thing.
Dating replaced courtship.
Babe Ruth was a brand-new Yankee.
Cubism and Dadaism founded modern art.
GH still dispensed advice.