How did the neighborhoods of Columbus look?
Where did our families work and play?
Was Columbus the home to speakeasies?
How did citizens "quench their thirst" during the Prohibition era?
Was society as decadent as portrayed in film and literature?
How did families travel; train, plane or automobile?
How did new technology and inventions, such as the radio, change lives?
What were the impacts of women finally getting the right to vote?
How did African Americans build new lives during the Great Migration?
How did The Ohio State Buckeyes come to call the Shoe home?
Climb aboard The Columbus Historical Society's time machine to find out the answers to these and other questions about how life really was for Columbus in the 1920s.