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A woman hide 2 cans of alcohol under her dress & coat in Detroit during prohibition

weirdvintage: A large overcoat hides two tins of booze during the prohibition, strapped to a woman’s legs. This shot is from Detroit, which was a destination for many smugglers from Canada. (From This Fabulous scanned by weirdvintage)❤️

Throughout Prohibition – See How These Women Used Their Sexuality to Hide the Hooch During the 1920s

Estelle Zemon, left, and an unidentified woman model ways to conceal bottles of rum to get past customs officials during the U. alcohol prohibition, March (AP Photo) Ref Date:

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

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

La Ley Seca, de la templanza al desenfreno - Blog de El Señor de las Gafas Amarillas

Flapper carrying a whiskey flask in her garter ca. A so-called "flapper" flouts the Volstead Act by carrying a whiskey flask in her garter Source: John Binder Collection

A picture of a man creating alcohol to bootleg, or sell illegally mainly during prohibition

45 Hobbies for Men

Clothing / BA Wardrobe idea: Because of prohibition there was a high demand on alcohol. Bootleggers were people who traveled around selling illegal alcohol to people who wanted to buy.

1924-Girls Gone Wild by ozfan22, via Flickr

Girls gone Wild! Three models from Washington’s spring fashion show snapped at Arlington Beach, May National Photo Company glass negative (originally black & white). Found on the Shorpy

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Strict: A New Jersey prohibition director, right, gives a Newark garage owner an approved sign for selling alcohol that can be used in car radiators in 1927

Today in Social Sciences...: Prohibition and the consolidation of the mafia in the USA

Citizens in a bar celebrate the end of alcohol prohibition in the United States. December Luckily Susan La Flesche Picotte wasn't alive to see that all of her hard work toward ending the sale of alcohol ended

Pre-prohibition advertising at Mader’s German Restaurant, Milwaukee.  A painted advertisement warns customers:     Prohibition is near at hand!Prepare for the worst—Stock up now!    via: Milwaukee Public Library

Gatsby theme idea - Pre-prohibition advertising at Mader’s German Restaurant, Milwaukee. A painted advertisement warns customers: Prohibition is near at hand!Prepare for the worst—Stock up now! via: Milwaukee Public Library

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The Sensuous, Feminine Power of Drinking Beer

Prohibition: flappers drink bootleg alcohol, 1925 Just the girls night out!

Plague Masks  In the 17th and 18th century, plague doctors had to ware these creepy looking masks to avoid breathing in putrid air, which they believed would cause infection. The beaks of these masks were filled with perfume, such as mint, cloves, camphor and rose.

BB: Masks worn by doctors during the Plague. The protective suit of the plague doctor consisted of a heavy fabric overcoat that was waxed, a mask with glass eye openings and a cone nose shaped like a beak to hold scented substances and straw.

Joan Rosita Forbes (1890-1967) was born in Lincolnshire.Mrried a soldier and travelled on duty in China, India, and Australia.Did not like being an Army wife & they separated in 1915. In WW1 served as a driver at the Front, receiving two medals from France.Then resumed her travels, became a journalist, wrote and travelled,& byher death in 1967 had published 18 books.

Rosita Forbes An intrepid English woman who love to visit ridiculously remote and dangerous places.

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