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This Day in History: Jan 16, 1919: Prohibition takes effect in the US http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/ http://msnbcmedia4.msn.com/j/MSNBC/Components/Photo/_new/081203-prohibition-hmed-630a.grid-6x2.jpg

I'll drink to that: Prohibition repeal turns 75

A group of men and women protesting the prohibition of alcohol in Love the signs.

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William Stanley Moore was an opium dealer and wharf labourer and was arrested in May 1925 (pictured)

Unzie, The Albino Aboriginal - PROJECT B - Limited Edition Prints, Vintage Photographs, Shop Collections

Unzie, The Albino Aboriginal

Unzie, The Albino Aboriginal - PROJECT B - Limited Edition Prints, Vintage Photographs, Shop Collections (Top Hat Hairstyles)

Moonshine | Jug | Bootleg | Whiskey | Prohibition | Vintage | Replica | Decor | A Simpler Time

he “XXX” signifies how many times the moonshine batch had been run through the still. Three X’s indicated that it had been run through three times and that the shine was pure alcohol

The Days of Prohibition | MONOVISIONS

lostsplendor: “Alcohol, discovered by Prohibition agents during a raid on an illegal distillery, pours out of upper windows of three-story storefront in Detroit during Prohibition, (Retronaut)

In September 1920, radical protestors bombed the financial center and the event was considered the most deadly politically motivated terrorist activity on American soil at the time. Nine years later, at the close of the century, Wall Street would crash, leading to a huge economic downturn and the onset of the Great Depression whose wake was felt around the world. But in the intermittent period, the ‘20s in New York truly roared.

An Amazing Photographic Tour Of New York In The 1920s

The Prohibition era gave birth to some of the United States' most notorious gangsters, including Al Capone and Legs Diamond. Here, Prohibition agents are pictured dumping out gallons of booze in New York City.

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