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"The 21 Club" in Manhatten. Swankiest Prohibition speakeasy that opened in 1929. Still exists today.

A Secret Cellar the Feds Couldn't Find

"The 21 Club" in Manhatten. Swankiest Prohibition speakeasy that opened in 1929. Still exists today.

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Detroit supplied 75% of liquor during Prohibition - and 9 other Facts You Should Know about Detroit

Detroit supplied 75% of liquor during Prohibition - and 9 other Facts You Should Know about Detroit

18th Amendment Political Cartoon | It's possible that people drank MORE during Prohibition. These ...

18th Amendment Political Cartoon | It's possible that people drank MORE during Prohibition. These ...

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New York City Deputy Police Commissioner, John A. Leach, watching over agents pouring alcohol into the sewers shortly after a successful prohibition raid in 1921. This was one of the many wins for these agents during prohibition's reign from 1920 through 1933. Of course, prohibition would also help propel the careers of such famous gangsters as Al Capone and "Bugs" Moran. Original post: http://www.ancientfaces.com/research/photo/975739/new-york-city-deputy-police-commissioner-john-a-le

New York City Deputy Police Commissioner, John A. Leach, watching over agents pouring alcohol into the sewers shortly after a successful prohibition raid in 1921. This was one of the many wins for these agents during prohibition's reign from 1920 through 1933. Of course, prohibition would also help propel the careers of such famous gangsters as Al Capone and "Bugs" Moran. Original post: http://www.ancientfaces.com/research/photo/975739/new-york-city-deputy-police-commissioner-john-a-le

Strict: A New Jersey prohibition director, right, gives a Newark garage owner an approved sign for selling alcohol that can be used in car radiators in 1927

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