Step back in time to the days of Prohibition--and Croton's part in it.
Recently we told you about a May 17, 1922 article we came across featuring a bootlegger's plane that crashed near Croton, courtesy of The Washington Times. That article is reprinted below------BUT imagine our surprise when we found out more about that same crash--courtesy of The Evening World--and it appears to have had that feminine touch! Click on all the images below.
YOU MAY ALSO HAVE AN INTEREST IN:
--CROTON HISTORY & MYSTERIES: RUM RUNNING SUBMARINES OFF CROTON POINT? Click on the link http://crotonhistory.org/2014/01/04/rum-running-submarines-off-croton-point/
--ROY KOJIMA BUSTED & BOASTFUL http://crotonhistory.org/2013/03/13/roy-kojima-busted-and-boastful/
--CROTON HISTORY & MYSTERIES: OUR MULTI-TALENTED FEDERAL PROHIBITION AGENTS & THE NIKKO INN http://crotonhistory.org/2013/03/14/our-multi-talented-federal-prohibition-agents/
--AND IF YOU LOVED THE UNTOUCHABLES: http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2013/01/yes-we-admit-itwe-loved-untouchables.html
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