Estelle Zemon shows the vest and pant-apron used to conceal bottles of alcohol to deceive border guards during the U.S. alcohol prohibition on March 18, 1931. (AP Photo) Ref #: PA.3874951 Date: 18/03/1931
Headline Declaring the End of Prohibition, December, 1933 Giclee Print
Prohibition Pouring Whiskey Into a Sewer 11x14 Silver Halide Photo Print
Photo of a man pouring whiskey into a sewer during Prohibition. Prohibition of alcohol, often referred to simply as prohibition, also known as The Noble Experiment, refers to a sumptuary law which prohibited alcohol. | eBay!
Historic Boston photos: 84 years since end of Prohibition
Agents pouring out alcohol during a raid during Prohibition. The amendment and subsequent Prohibition led to more organized crime centered around the alcohol trade. With the demand for alcohol concealment, the hip flask market exploded.
This is an official government document from the a Medicinal Alcohol form. This form was used during the American Prohibition to acquire prescription alcohol, usually whiskey, for strictly medicinal purposes.