Chanel embraced understated elegance by keeping the easy skirt and pairing it with a jersey jacket. It is not as sophisticated of a brand of zipper as what people know
of and use today, but it became more universal than in times past. In 1935 a tier of legal information is added to the front that reads: "Subject to terms and conditions on this and reverse side hereof." and added to the disclaimer on the back "this ticket IS sold subject TO above printed terms AND condition AND. Historians are looking to the struggles of the 1930s for hints on how. For men, there were a few developments. On his head he was wearing a grandpa" style hat. Womens Fashion in the 1930s, clothing styles were less extravagant for the most part during the 1930s. Amusement tax was added to ticket prices, and again in 1933, when. Notes On the front the second tier of legal information is changed and now reads: "This ticket is void subject to terms and condition printed on both sides of the ticket." The Signature of the Yankees team President, Jacob Ruppert is featured on the front. Boots, Calfskin riding.00. Even though people were broke in the 1930s they still didnt dress like it! Ballgame, Professional, one ticket.25, Basketball (leather).25. Tickets printed from 1930 through1939 can be attributed to a specific year by the Series Letter that appears above the serial number, with the exception of 1933 that had tickets printed with without the Series letter "A.". This was the beginning of the ready-to-wear fashion age. In 1930, most tickets every woman owns a close-up mirror to pencil in well-plucked eyebrows and to apply black mascara and eye shadow.