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Delaware Ave. & Spruce St

City of Atlanta, Ga., no. 2 / photo from nature by G.N. Barnard.

Under-ground life in New York / drawn by C.S. Reinhart.

Women's whisky war in Ohio sketched by John R. Chapin

[The 'Adam and Eve', Old Chelsea]

S.F. Eagan's old Rip Van Winkle whiskey, wholesale dealer in brandies, wines & gins, 133 Seneca St., Buffalo, N.Y

Mexico, pulqueria and carreta

Mexico, pulqueria and carreta

A pulque shop in Tacubaya, Mexico

The convert

Bartender standing behind a bar, holding up a glass of beer in his right hand

The horseshoe English and American bar, 1, Bould. Denain near the Gare du Nord / Abel Truchet.

[Brasserie au lion rouge] / Jo. Pennell.

Barmaid of the 20th century

[Renard Martin, Paris, France]

Hoffman House Bar, N.Y

Paintings, Hoffman House Bar, N.Y

Main Street, Nome City, Sept. 22, '99

Griswold bar

Griswold bar

The Tap room, Longfellow's Wayside Inn, South Sudbury, Mass.

[Old Absinthe House, New Orleans, Louisiana]

The Haunted House, New Orleans, La

The Tap room, Longfellow's Wayside Inn, South Sudbury, Mass

[Paul Wohlbruck Palm Garden Bar, Dayton, Ohio]

The Haunted House, New Orleans, La.

The moral of the canteen question / Dalrymple.

Old Absinthe House, New Orleans, Louisiana

A timely exposure / Keppler.

Haunted House, New Orleans, La

Haunted House, New Orleans, La.

Perley McBride's shop

A dispute with the bartender

Why not go the limit? / Harry Grant Dart.

Brass Works, Bridgeport, Conn.: Drawing red hot bars of brass from the annealing furnaces

Interior of Buck Horn restaurant, showing some fine specimens of horns and a deer picture made up of snake rattles, San Antonio, Texas

One of the finest collections of horns in the world, Buck Horn resturant, San Antonio, Texas

Brass Works, Bridgeport, Conn.: Overhauling brass bars to get smooth surface for rolling

Brass Works, Bridgeport, Conn.: "Breaking down" - the first process in rolling brass bars into sheets

The honest bartender's bracer / Keppler.

Brass Works, Bridgeport, Conn.: Foundry room, showing rods and bars just cast

Newsies selling near saloon. Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

Gambling, Telluride, Colorado

Saloon and boys selling. Location: St. Louis, Missouri Photo by Lewis W. Hine

Saloon and boys selling. Location: St. Louis, Missouri / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

Johnston's Branch adjoining Saloon 10th & Cass St. Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

[Packaging for chocolate bars by Belgian candymaker CIDA (Compagnie d'Alimentation)]]

The canteen or the dive - in the name of decency and common sense, which is best for the American soldier? / Will Crawford.

"No drink in the Navy," says Daniels / Hy Mayer ; by Hy Mayer.

Must these go down to a drunkard's grave in order that we the streets may pave?

Old house, water ..., SW, Washington, D.C.

Old house, water [...], SW, [Washington, D.C.]

[Soldier drinking ice water offered by skeleton]

[Interior of a crowded bar moments before midnight, June 30, 1919, when wartime prohibition went into effect New York City]

Miscellaneous interiors. Bar II

Shoreham Hotel. Cocktail rooms in Shoreham Hotel II

Statler Hotel. Bar in Statler Hotel I

Mayflower Hotel. Cocktail room in Mayflower Hotel I

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Cocktail tables and banquette in Club Bar I

Brewery. Interior with tables and chairs, bar and bartender

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Bar in Club Bar III

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. General view of Club Bar II

Liquor stores. Bar with liquor bottles I

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Lounge area in Club Bar II

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. General view of Club Bar II

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Lounge area in Club Bar I

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Bar in Club Bar I

She had an instant's impression of the room

Mayflower Hotel. Cocktail room in Mayflower Hotel II

Potomac Electric Power Co. miscellaneous. Copy negative of old PEPCO pictures III

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Wall detail in Club Bar II

Shoreham Hotel. Cocktail rooms in Shoreham Hotel I

Liquor stores. Bar with liquor bottles II

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Bar in Club Bar II

Mayflower Hotel. Cocktail room in Mayflower Hotel II

Miscellaneous interiors. Bar I

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Bar in Club Bar II

Liquor stores. Bar with liquor bottles II

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Lounge area in Club Bar III

Gus. Gus at bar

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Lounge area in Club Bar III

Brewery. Interior with tables and chairs, bar and bartender

Gus. Gus at bar

Mayflower Hotel. Cocktail room in Mayflower Hotel I

Gus. Gus at bar

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Wall detail in Club Bar I

Shoreham Hotel. Cocktail rooms in Shoreham Hotel IV

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. General view of Club Bar I

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. General view of Club Bar I

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Bar in Club Bar I

Liquor stores. Bar with liquor bottles I

Pierson & Wilson, architects. Barroom, Columbia Country Club I

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Wall detail in Club Bar I

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Lounge area in Club Bar I

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Cocktail tables and banquette in Club Bar II

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Bar in Club Bar III

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Wall detail in Club Bar II

Fence on farm. Old form fence, crossed bars

Carlton Hotel, Club Bar. Cocktail tables and banquette in Club Bar II

Shoreham Hotel. Cocktail rooms in Shoreham Hotel III

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