A woman shows off a cane thats also a flask in Chicago, US in 1922 during prohibition.
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Young woman hiding a flask in her high boot, during prohibition, Washington DC,
The latest thing in flasks! Fashionable French actress Mademoiselle Hortense Rhea shows off her garter
A woman shows off her new initialed garter flask, which had become the latest rage in 1926.
A woman pulls a hip flask from her boot to have a sneaky swig of alcohol
A woman demonstrates the use of a Prohibition era book that conceals a liquor flask, 1927. (Bettmann/CORBIS)
A cover of The Saturday Evening Post, from February 4, 1922, features an
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Prohibition Times: a woman is demonstrating a cane that hides a flask inside for alcoholic drinks, Chicago, 1922
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Photograph (a) shows several men pouring a large barrel of alcohol down a manhole
Police in Washington DC stand alongside a wrecked car and cases of moonshine in 1922
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George V sterling silver topped walking cane Birmingham 1922, silver capped, some dents, to coromandel cane, length 91 cm. Show 3 more like this
Calabash bottle from the 1850s.
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During prohibition, moonshiners used to attach actual cow hooves to their shoes to cover their
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Group of liquor bottles; click to enlarge.
Woman reading at home, historic photograph, around 1922 - Stock Image
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A novelty silver walking cane/stick handle formed as a greyhound hallmarked
Pikes Peak pint flask; click to enlarge.
Woman showing off a cane that is also a flask in Chicago in 1922.
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Above and next two below: Some displays devoted to the rise of the emergency and thriving of illegal liquor trafficking.
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Orthodox protodeacon holding a walking stick. Portrait by Ilya Repin, 1877 (Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow).
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Prohibition agents stand alongside their car which has a 'stop when you see this'
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Woman putting flask in her Russian boot, Washington, D.C. During USA Prohibition, 1922
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Zanesville Masonic-eagle pint flask; click to enlarge.
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The St. Louis Star and Times from St. Louis, Missouri on February 10, 1922 · Page 15
A photograph shows Ernest Hemingway reclining in a chair in front of a fireplace.
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on October 8, 1922 · 17
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A woman shows how strong she is in Germany in 1920.
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A woman in the 1920s shows off her cane flask, used during Prohibition to conceal alcohol.
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