Printable Prohibition Poster Reproduction Instant Digital Download
Thousands of speakeasies were shuttered with these warning signs back in the Roaring 20s and early 30s. Now one of these retro reproductions would make perfect decor for your bar, game room, rec room, kitchen, or man cave! Or use it as a fun decoration at a prohibition themed party! This is a faithful reconstruction of a government sign from the era of prohibition, a nationwide constitutional ban in the United States on the production, importation, transportation and sale of alcoholic…
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During a severe depression (the Panic of 1893), the Pullman Palace Car Company cut wages as revenue dropped so 4,000 Pullman factory workers went on strike demanding higher wages, lower rent, and better working conditions. The company owner, George Pullman, refused or go to arbitration. President Grover Cleveland deployed 12,000 troops to break the strike; 30 strikers were killed and 57 were wounded. Cleveland designated Labor Day as a federal holiday 6 days after he quashed the strike.