The '20s may have been roaring for well-heeled urban centers, but on the farm? Rural electricity in the 1920s was as rare as Google Fiber is today. Which makes these 1922 predictions for the farm of the future so brazen.
Last week, you may have seen this awesome 1921 map from the Star Tribune archives. It shows which states in the U.S. had the most household users of electricity, with places like New York and Illinois visually swollen to represent their large (newly electrified) urban populations.