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Children and police officers posing with car decorated with anti-Prohibition slogans. Possibly in front of DuPont Building in Wilmington, Delaware in the

Washington, D.C., circa 1925. “Ford Motor Co. truck, John H. Wilkins Co.”…

Washington, D., circa "Ford Motor Co. truck, John H. Wilkins Co.

Michiganhthe first state to ratify the 21st Amendment on April 10, 1933. After all, about 75% of the hooch consumed in the U.S. during Prohibition came through Detroit

Prohibition Ends, December 1933

Bonnie & Clyde death car was stolen from a couple in Topeka, Kansas in 1934

Nothing found for Post 24139161767 The Warrencar Bonnie Clydes Death Car Ruth

Coleman du Pont’s DuPont Road, now US 13 and 113, cost him $4 million of his own money, and on July 2, 1924, he officially dedicated it and gave it to the citizens of Delaware in a ceremony.

View of completed Coleman du Pont Road, circa

January 29,   1919: 18th Amendment to Constitution is ratified  -   Ratification of the 18th Amendment to the Constitution, which launched Prohibition, is certified by Acting Secretary of State Frank L. Polk. ﴾Above﴿ Protesters call for the repeal of the 18th Amendment in 1923.

Today in History: January 29

speakeasies | The Speakeasies of Prohibition

The Speakeasies of Prohibition

Prohibition

La Ley Seca (1930)

The Hotel du Pont in Wilmington, Delaware, was conceived by a pair of DuPont executives as a place for people to stay while visiting their Brandywine Valley headquarters.

The Hotel du Pont in Wilmington, Delaware, was conceived by a pair of DuPont executives as a place for people to stay while visiting their Brandywine Valley headquarters.

LA prohibition gunmen at show - Image c/o Los Angeles Times Archive

LA prohibition gunmen at show - Image c/o Los Angeles Times Archive

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