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Awakenings: America Gone Dry | This Day in History: January 16, 1919 & January 17, 1920 | It was the beginning of an America gone dry but why?

Prohibition: Anti-Saloon League paper, The American Issue, with headline, "U. Is Voted Dry"

old newspaper headlines - Google Search

old newspaper headlines - Google Search

Old 1928 Prohibition Cold Whiskey Prescription / speakeasy

11/9 1928 Homer Hanna Prohibition Medical Whiskey Bronchitis Prescription Pharmacy Bar Doctor Hart Brewer Vintage Minnesota Speakeasy

Old 1928 Prohibition Medical Moore Cold Whiskey Prescription Pharmacy Bar Doctor Hart Brewer Vintage Minnesota Speakeasy

Berlin Wall Falls Newspaper Headline Poster

Berlin Wall Falls Newspaper Headline Poster

Berlin Wall Falls Newspaper Headline Poster created by yesterdaysgirl.

benghai harpour 1955 NEWSPAPER - Google Search

1959 Newspapers from the world's largest archive - relive 1959 news and headlines as reported at the time. An original 1959 Newspaper is the ultimate birthday gift.

Prohibition Party invitation by Chris Newton - font inspiration

Prohibition Party invitation by Chris Newton - font inspiration

Southern Brewing & Winemaking Repeal Day Party

Repeal of Prohibition Party at Southern Brewing & Winemaking

Prohibition in the 1920's:  Prohibition in the United States was a nationwide ban on the sale, production, importation, and transportation of alcoholic beverages that remained in place from 1920 to 1933.

America goes "dry" as the Amendment to the U. Constitution takes effect, and Prohibition becomes the law of the land. It is later repealed by the Amendment.

On this day in Jan 3, 1959: President Eisenhower signed the territory of Alaska into the Union as the 49th and largest state.  On March 30, 1867, Secretary of State William H. Seward signed a treaty with Russia to purchase Alaska for $7.2 million at the price of about two cents an acre, the purchase was ridiculed as "Seward's folly," "Seward's icebox," and President Andrew Johnson's "polar bear garden." But the Senate ratified purchase of the land, one-fifth the size of the rest of the…

Alaska newspaper headline from Debbie Sutherland.

December 5, 1933 Prohibition Ends @Lauren Copeland we should start celebrating this every year!!

December 1933 Prohibition Ends Davison Davison Copeland we should start celebrating this every year!

Al Capone

Chicago Sunday Tribune: Al Capone Conviction

Prohibition Era Ends Historic Newspaper

Prohibition Era Ends Historic Newspaper

The prohibition has ended! The people are full of joy because the prohibition is over.

Lisa's Birthday? Roaring 20's party invitation http://www.etsy.com/shop/MTipsy

Roaring party invitation or poster idea

Legal Liquor Returns to America   The New York Times  December 6, 1933   Utah becomes the 36th State to ratify the 21st Amendment to the Constitution. The Times reports this event using five-column triple-tiered headlines: “PROHIBITION REPEAL IS RATIFIED AT 5:32 P.M.; ROOSEVELT ASKS NATION TO BAR THE SALOON; NEW YORK CELEBRATES WITH QUIET RESTRAINT. ” The front page prints the entire “Repeal Proclamation.”

New York Times Repeal Day Article

Prohibition Act to be enforced.

Prohibition Act to be enforced.

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