Found in a North Dakota history book, circa 1919 (just before prohibition started). The National Park Service lists it among its archives at the Edison National historic Site. The caption identifies it as a still from an unknown movie shot the Black Maria studio in West Orange, NJ, which dates it between 1893 and 1901.  I don't know if that slogan had been used previously in the temperance movement, but in this instance it's obviously a spoof.

Found in a North Dakota history book, circa 1919 (just before prohibition started). The National Park Service lists it among its archives at the Edison National historic Site. The caption identifies it as a still from an unknown movie shot the Black Maria studio in West Orange, NJ, which dates it between 1893 and 1901. I don't know if that slogan had been used previously in the temperance movement, but in this instance it's obviously a spoof.

During World War I, the Women's Land Army served as a support group to help women keep up the nation's food production. Some women were even transported from their homes to rural areas to help.

During World War I, the Women's Land Army served as a support group to help women keep up the nation's food production. Some women were even transported from their homes to rural areas to help.

Jackie Mitchell the only woman to strike out Babe Ruth AND Lou Gehrig, after doing so she had her contract voided. April 2, 1931.

Jackie Mitchell the only woman to strike out Babe Ruth AND Lou Gehrig, after doing so she had her contract voided. April 2, 1931.

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