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Prohibition: If you couldn’t transport large volumes of alcohol easily, you had to be discreet. This gentleman’s waistcoat was designed to hide whiskey under an overcoat.

Prohibition: If you couldn’t transport large volumes of alcohol easily, you had to be discreet. This gentleman’s waistcoat was designed to hide whiskey under an overcoat.

Rare Antique Photo of Three Women Drinking Alcohol in Front of Their House 1920s Prohibition

Rare Antique Photo of Three Women Drinking Alcohol in Front of Their House 1920s Prohibition

#speakeasy   Suspected bootleggers in Detroit, 1929

New Bars Going for the Speakeasy Look

#speakeasy Suspected bootleggers in Detroit, 1929

1920 - 1933 -- Prohibition. The sale of alcohol was banned through the 18th Amendment

1920 - 1933 -- Prohibition. The sale of alcohol was banned through the 18th Amendment

An anti-Prohibition button, protesting the 18th amendment ban on alcohol sales. Prohibition was repealed in December 1933. - #history #politics

An anti-Prohibition button, protesting the 18th amendment ban on alcohol sales. Prohibition was repealed in December 1933. - #history #politics

Bottoms up! Bandleader Ted Lewis celebrates the repeal of Prohibition at the Hollywood Club with his "Broadway Beauties."

Prohibition era in New York City - Photos - Prohibition: A look back

Bottoms up! Bandleader Ted Lewis celebrates the repeal of Prohibition at the Hollywood Club with his "Broadway Beauties."

The Speakeasy - Grandaddy Roy (Leroy) would take Goppy Lil there after the horse races.  She was usually the only woman there!

Jewel in the Rough: the Townhouse/Del Monte Speakeasy

The Speakeasy - Grandaddy Roy (Leroy) would take Goppy Lil there after the horse races. She was usually the only woman there!

Bermuda -- A woman demonstrates how American tourists hide and smuggle liquor from non-Prohibition lands into the United States past customs. Under her skirt the woman wears a secondary skirt, with pockets for the alcohol. (1930)

Bermuda -- A woman demonstrates how American tourists hide and smuggle liquor from non-Prohibition lands into the United States past customs. Under her skirt the woman wears a secondary skirt, with pockets for the alcohol. (1930)

Speakeasies were hidden establishments where alcohol was sold. See inside a speakeasy in the next photo.

Speakeasies were hidden establishments where alcohol was sold. See inside a speakeasy in the next photo.

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