1900s

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Noun1.1900s - the decade from 1900 to 1909
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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Built in the early 1900's it is a 7,200 s/f building that has an additional 13,000 s/f of air rights.
Mabry spent most of her childhood years with her grandmother, hearing the story of the woman's life, the hardships she had to face, and even some intimate details that told of how difficult a woman's life could be in the 1900's.
The dress of the soldiers look to be late 1880s or early 1900's.
Jay tipped us about this old fort from the 1900's that you can camp out at on the beach.
The project concept also revives the name of an historic brewing company dating back to the early 1900's.
Set during the course of the 1900's in glitzy Saratoga Springs, New York--known widely as a health spa and a prime place for gambling long before Las Vegas was fully established--Saratoga Springs follows the Steele family through the generations.
OtterBox 1900's flexible, transparent keypad panel allows the operator full access to an alpha-numeric, back-lit keypad and integrated barcode scanning button.
The mine produced limestone from 1730 to the 1900's but is being filled in to stop subsidence.
Another interesting fact was that many Jews in the early 1900's became traveling peddlers, this lead to many of the large stores that we recognize today, such as, Bloomingdale's, Gimbals', and Sterns.
Set in a small town during the 1900's, The Gingerbread House is a story grounded in nostalgia, mirth, and true love.
Photographs of the 1900's clearly illustrate how much turn-of-the-century 'Brummies' used and enjoyed the reservoir for 'Rest & Relaxation', fishing, picnics and regattas.
Stark was a prominent labor journalist for The New York Times and other publications during the first half of the 1900's, most notably covering the coal and textile unions as well as union strife during World War II.