Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

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  • Prohibition Rum Runners

    This series of photographs including a picture of the headline from the Detroit News December 1933, when Prohibition ended, and labeled photographs of "Rum Runners". 

    The views include Riopelle Street, Police Boats, the Detroit River looking from Windsor towards Detroit, and a woman with whiskey under a dress.

    The exact locations, dates of photographs and names of persons in the photographs are unknown.
  • HCDL-ngp-P007-04-0004_u.jpg

    This is a photgraph taken during a Prohibition Raid, showing a large vat of whiskey mash on a farm in Livingston County, Michigan.   The writing on the back of the photograph says, "second raid on still".   In the picture are, left, Undersheriff Loren Bassett and to the right, William Cansfield, Editor, of the Livingston County Press.  The photograph is labeled 1932, and while the location is in Livingston County, Michigan, the exact location is unknown.
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