[Atlanta?]: n.p., n.d.
Broadside. Broadsides. Approx. 10.5" x 7." Illustrated brown paper. Paper is fragile and creased. A pin sized hole in each broadside. Each broadside is placed on white foam board and shrinked wrapped. A red stamp on the broadsides reads: "Anti-Prohibition Doctrine. Mothers, if you want to know where to find your sons when they go out at night. give your influence to have Barrooms brought back to Atlanta." Prohibition passed in 1919 as the 18th amendment. It was enforced between 1920-1933. President Franklin Roosevelt favored the abolishment of the 18th amendment. Prohibition ended with the passing of the 21st amendment in 1933. Good. Item #17528