Alcohol Prohibition

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Prohibition helped the rise of gangsters like Al Capone, who ran hooch and illegal drinking dens. It helped gangsters and crime rise, and a profitable black market take place. Brewery Decor, Home Brewery, Prohibition 1920, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Photographs, Mega Series, Monocycle, Gangster S

Crime Wave: Vintage photos of when Chicago was a gangster’s paradise

Stick ‘em up!: A cop with a gun. Watching too many Jimmy Cagney movies as a child made me think a gangster’s life as a possible career option. I could picture myself running a numbers racket, or selling moonshine, riding the running board while blasting the competition. Even the gangsters’ names were exotic: Al Capone, Bugsy Moran, John Dillinger, Tony Accardo. Then I turned six—discovered soccer and the fancy footwork of Jimmy “Jinky” Johnstone and Harry Hood which made me think playing for…

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Prohibition Act Closed Notice

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This is a prohibition poster encouraging people to vote for prohibition. In the prohibition was put in effect in Canada. this led to higher crime rates and smuggling of booze.

Prohibition Protest Signs

With Boardwalk Empire premiering last night, it seemed only fitting to take a look back at the state of protest in the 20s. These guys could learn a thing or two about sign-making from the Tea Partiers. Where are the misspelled words? The accusations of communism? The sparkle paint? The kegs of--oh...right.

Newspaper headlines announcing the voting in of Prohibition: this implemented a ban on the sale, production, importation, and transportation of alcoholic beverage. Prohibition began in 1920 and ended in 1933

U.S. IS VOTED DRY

Called "The noble experiment", the 18th Amendment to the Constitution prohibited the manufacture, sale, or transportation of alcohol in America went into effect on January 16, 1920. The United States was now officially "dry" from coast to coast. Prohibition was the law of the land.

Prohibition: flappers drink bootleg alcohol, 1925 my kind of women.find me a flapper dress I'm going in!

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Prohibition party.

““Lips That Touch Liquor Must Never Touch Mine” was the slogan of the Anti-Saloon League of the US temperance movement. Tip: don't kiss their lips. They don't look that appealing anyway. -I think this would make an interesting ad if spun the right way.

Lips That Touch Liquor Shall Not Touch Ours Poster

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John Dillinger was a bank robber during the Great Depression who robbed two dozen banks and four police stations

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Prohibition ends at last! An idea for the bar area?

Prohibition...thank God its over lol

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'Prohibition Poster' Photographic Print - David J. Frent | Art.com

Photographic Print: Prohibition Poster by David J. Frent : 24x16in

 You can arrest me anytime!

Prohibition Agent

For National Police Week, we shared a few law enforcement-related artifacts in our collection. This is a Prohibition agent's badge from the Us History, American History, Law Enforcement Badges, Cotton Club, Roaring 20s, Deco Design, The Villain, Jazz Age, The Twenties

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mudwerks: “ (via Police in history and Hollywood - O Say Can You See?) “ Prohibition agent’s badge from the 1920s ” ”

A man kneeling on the pavement, next to a sign showing the way to a speakeasy, during the Prohibition in America. Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images - Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images

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