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  • Paula Tolbert

    Washington, D.C., 1920. "Treasury Internal Revenue department." An array of essences, extracts and elixirs being tested for alcohol content at the start of Prohibition. National Photo Company Collection glass negative.

  • Aaron Marcel

    Look at those bottle labels! Washington, D.C., 1920. "Treasury Internal Revenue department." An array of essences, extracts and elixirs being tested for alcohol content at the start of Prohibition. See cheap replica's at the Clique Speakeasy on November 16. 2012! Code word will be released on November 15th in random locations. And, on November 16th at Folkie's, Marion, IN, between 5 and 7 p.m.

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