As other reviewers have mentioned, this is an interesting (if short) cross-section of clothing for sale from the upscale B. Altman & Company catalogs during the 1920s. As someone researching fashion in the early 1920s, I appreciated the chronological ordering and the original product descriptions detailing price and materials.
There were three problems with this otherwise pleasing collection. The first and biggest is that the graphics for the kindle edition are not high enough resolution. Text is illegible at normal kindle display size, and if you blow it up to a larger size (awkward to do in many kindle applications) the font is extremely fuzzy.
A second, smaller irritation was the fact there are no dates on the illustrations (which would have been easy enough to include).
The third issue I had was the brevity of this collection (128 pp.) Because it contains a little bit of everything, riding outfits, fur coats, undergarments, night-robes, baby accessories, the space devoted to adult clothing of the sort one might see at the theater, dining out, or an informal party ends up being quite small. For the early twenties, there was one illustration of "frocks" one of "skirts" and one of "gowns," which felt unnecessarily skimpy. A few more illustrations of what people wore between the undergarments and fur coats would have been appreciated.
All in all, this is a fun book to browse through and provides a *slightly* better window into 1920s clothing than you can easily find on the internet. In my opinion, a larger selection and higher resolutuion images would have cinched an enthusiastic five stars.