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Political: Social Issues-Prohibition (9 items)

We last updated our site on 17-Sep-2017. The next update is scheduled for 14-Oct-2017.

The items on this listing are all related to prohibition and temperance.

 

Item K5975Item K5975
Prohibition/Temperance. : Prohibition. Metal pinback lapel button produced in early 1930s, "We Want Beer" silver & black. (anti-prohibition). 5/8" Produced by Joseph Waldman in his metal shop in Newark, NJ. $10.00


Item K5974Item K5974
Prohibition/Temperance. : Prohibition. Metal pinback campaign lapel button produced in early 1930s. "Roosevelt Stewart for Repeal" (anti-prohibition) embossed R/W/B 5/8". Produced by Joseph Waldman in his metal shop in Newark, NJ $5.00


Item LK3703Item LK3703
Prohibition/Temperance. : Prohibition. Glazed 4-1/4" ceramic mug, mustard gold in color w/fish scale design. Produced during Prohibition era. Large embossed figure of a man on one side labeled "John Dry" with a different embossed figure of a man on opposite side labeled "Willie Wet". Unusual. $30.00


A2284B8
Prohibition/Temperance. : Prohibition. Set of 3 documents, forms pertaining to Mr. Isaish Ginzburg: 1) permit to Purchase, Treasury Dept. U.S. Prohibition Service within 90 days from 2/11/28, Old House Pure Rye, 1 case, signed, countersigned, notorized, 2/28; printed form, "Report of Alcohol and Other Liquor," dated Oct. 1933, completed in ink and signed by Mr. Ginzburg, a permit to sell alcohol for nonbeverage purposes; and, 2-page printed letter, "Office of The Prohibition Administrator, dated Jan. 12, 1929, how to fill out forms such as the above. $15.00


A2365B1
Prohibition/Temperance. : WCTU. "The Life of Frances E. Willard," by Anna Adams Gordon, 1921 WCTU edition. 357p. $5.00


K9565LB
Prohibition/Temperance. : Prohibition. Wooden cigar box, "The Nation's Demand, REPEAL, a Quality Cigar, 5 for 10 cents" appears on both the outside top lid, and inside lid (so it shows when the box is left open). Promotes repeal of prohibition. Top, which is loose, has some discoloring but basically very good with the word "Repeal" on inside & outside top plus front. 12" long, 5" wide, 3-1/2" high. Nice display item. . $19.00


Item CH0040BItem CH0040B
Prohibition/Temperance. : Small Pro-Prohibition broadside produced by Prohibition Party, California. Circa 1920s. Great illus. of 3 buildings chain-linked together. "United California Industries?" heading. One is a saloon, one a gambling hall and the third a brothel. Below: "The products of these Industries(?) are: Drunkards, Harlots, Paupers, Insane, Criminals, Murderers, Vagrants, Tramps, Bums, Degenerates, Feeble-Minded, Disease and Death. Are these Necessary to the Prosperity of the State? Vote yes on Amendments 1 & 2." Card stock. 7-1/4" x 5-3/4" Have several. $3.00


Item W566Item W566
Prohibition/Temperance. : Prohibition "poster" (that's what they call it). 2-sides illustrated. Prod. in Ohio circa 1920s or earlier. One side has large American flag design. "Four pillars of civil liberty--one flag, one God, one country, no saloon" with strong narrative message against the impending danger of this "legalized monster." Other side has two clever caricature cartoons, one of a bartender standing on the back of Uncle Sam, entitled "Tax & License Laws." The other has Uncle Sam standing on back of bartender, entitled "U.S. Prohibitory Laws" with narrative, "Who shall be on top?" 12" x 9" newsprint. $4.00


Item CH0044CItem CH0044C
Prohibition/Temperance. : Prohibition. 1908 post card "published by the Roosevelt Boys Club, San Francisco" with space for address. Reverse side has printed typed prohibition message, in part, "...whiskey is the greatest foe of the working man and the trades unionist. It muddles his brain and he can't work as he ought, it ruins his body, it swallows up his salary and he goes home on pay night with no money to buy food for hungry mouths and coal for winter fire. It is one of the greatest questions the working man has to think about. Vote for prohibition." Great item. $3.00


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