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!
Police mugshots in the 1920s…
Confiscated bootleg liquor still. This represents Meyer and how he helped gatsby organize a bootleg crime.
A Secret Cellar the Feds Couldn't Find
"The 21 Club" in Manhatten. Swankiest Prohibition speakeasy that opened in 1929. Still exists today.
Criminals- (2) James "Killer" Cunniffe was an American bank robber who planned and successfully carried out the 1926 New Jersey mail robbery, one of the most well-publicized thefts during the 1920s
Prohibition: Without female support, such as that of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, Prohibition could never have been passed
After the passage of the 18th Amendment and the Volstead Act in 1919, the making and selling of alcohol was illegal. This federal policeman uses a pickax to destroy a rum-runner's cargo in San Francisco during Prohibition.
45 Hobbies for Men
A picture of a man creating alcohol to bootleg, or sell illegally mainly during prohibition
Mug Shots as Photographic Portraits and Inspiration
Mug Shots as Photographic Portraits and Inspiration — Nathan ...