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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"

Beginning of Government Going Crazy

Article: This is a newspaper announcing the ban on alcohol. The picture in the center shows people dumping alcohol into the sewer. Other sections of the newspaper talk about speakeasies, which were places to get alcohol illegally.

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1959 newspaper headlines ~ Errol Flynn, June Hobart, Australia - October Vancouver, Canada ~ Errol Flynn, Australian actor (b. dies from a large heart attack.

Prohibition Posters » Sociological Images--note how the drinker looks black, but the kids look white

Prohibition Posters - Prohibition of alcohol, often referred to simply as prohibition, is the legal act of prohibiting the manufacture, transportation and sale of alcohol and alcoholic beverages.

Berlin Wall Falls Newspaper Headline Poster

Berlin Wall Falls Newspaper Headline Poster


an advertisement for Pither & Leiser, Water Street, Vancouver BC who were selling their stock of alcohol due to prohibition. Dated September

The Great Depression / The Dirty Thirties: Home to dust bowl farmers, reedy-voiced folk singers and rail-riding hobos. Life pretty much sucks unless you're lucky enough to be a rich socialite, in which case you can expect to be involved in a …

The Wall Street Crash of 1929 (October also known as the Great Crash, and the Stock Market Crash of was the most devastating stock market crash in the history of the United States, and signaled the beginning of the 10 - year Great Depression.