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    Moonshine Still. Site has lots of old photos SJD

  • Minerva hell with the red wine pour me some moonshine..

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    Old Picture of the Day: Roaring 20's

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    Moonshine Still The photograph illustrates Lt. O.T. Davis, Sgt. J.D. McQuade, George Fowler of Internal Revenue Service, and H.G. Bauer with the largest still ever taken in the national capitol. It was made in 1922.

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There is not a fast car in the frame, but how can you doubt that they had one? Sisters Guarding Family Moonshine Business -- Florence Friermuth and Susie Friermuth Doffing pose after they were arrested for moonshining. The sisters guarded stills on their family's farm near Saint Paul, Minnesota, during Prohibition.

Moonshiners, these were very common throughout the south. During the Civil war, when Sherman came through Watauga County, my Baird's hid their still so that it would not be discovered. They then, would supply the confederacy that was in the area with 'spirits'.

NYC Liquor Raid: Izzy Einstein Agents Dumping Liquor Into Gutter, 1922

"Chronicles the history of Prohibition in the United States, a period from 1920 to 1933 during which it was illegal to sell or drink alcohol, discussing how what began as a movement to heal social ills, became a burden to ordinary citizens and a boon to criminals."

Moonshine! - I admit, I'm enthralled with the idea of making my own booze but I'd be happy to have a jar of this

Moonshine - Popcorn Sutton, the greatest Moonshiner of all time! He's gotta be my kin somewhere down the line!

Photos of Past Appalachian Life | Three 14 Mile Creek men pose with a rifle and jar of moonshine, 1930s

Moonshine Flask 8oz Stainless Steel by trixieandmilo on Etsy, $26.00

Moonshiners Here for your perusal is a collectible photograph of Two men standing outdoors with small still, one of them holding up bottle of liquor. It was created in between 1921 and 1932.

Popcorn Sutton - Committed suicide to avoid going to prison for production of illegal moonshine. His wife started a legal liquor business and you can still buy shine made from his recipe.

shine stills in appalachia- could have been a relativeva little further south.