The Night Prohibition Ended

Looks great in living rooms, dens, bedrooms, kitchens, entries, dining rooms, bathrooms, offices, man-caves, she sheds, home bars, game rooms, dorms or garages

11″x 14″ printed on semi-matte Fuji Crystal Archive paper to last a lifetime.

WHY BUY THIS? Because this The Night Prohibition Ended photo is mandatory for your Man Cave. Hey, it even specifically states that it is great décor for your Man Cave. And if the dry age had ended after 1956, folks would have been singing in the streets “Oh, What a Night,” the classic song released by the Dells. Okay, now you have to buy it. Seriously, why not have a picture of folks in a Speakeasy celebrating the repealing of the 18th Amendment to the Constitution and the end of prohibition, which lasted thirteen years. Officially the Night Prohibition Ended was December 5, 1933. So, there was a substantial amount of your adult life without having easy access to alcohol. Of course, there were Speakeasy’s or you could have moved to New York, which refused to enforce the laws as a result of the 18th Amendment. And speaking of a Speakeasy, you can take a look at the Secret Bookcase Door. You can also take a look at Prohibition Ends Celebration Poster. We also suggest including this Vintage Prohibition Sign in your Man Cave…

Vintage Prohibition Sign