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Mid-Century Modernism was born in the new prosperity that followed World War II. The '50s and early '60s were a time of constant innovation. Cars grew fins, Elvis danced, the Space Age began, television had its Golden Age, and Camelot came to Washington. Shake up a cocktail, stretch out on an organic-looking daybed, crack open Kerouac’s diaries, and play some Sinatra. You've got it made in the shade.