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MORE ON CROTON'S BOOTLEGGING HISTORY: 1922, BUSY AIR ROUTE IS SHOWN ON AIR ROUTE MAP, CLICK ON THE IMAGES BELOW.
FOR MORE OF CROTON'S BOOTLEGGING HISTORY, YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY:
--CROTON HISTORY & MYSTERIES has two excellent articles on THE MYSTERY OF THE RUM PLANE that might interest you: "On May 15, 1922, when the Rum Plane crashed in Croton with 250 quarts of Canadian Scotch, it attracted the attention of the police, the press and curious Crotonites." Read and see more here.
--1922, THINK BOOZE PILOT WAS A WOMAN; MORE HERE
--And as an added bonus, if you liked the old television show--THE UNTOUCHABLES--check out this blast from the past, MORE HERE
Boy that was fun. Banning booze didn't last very long. Like most bans, they made more trouble.ReplyDelete
Can't see the map?ReplyDelete
They didn't show the map, only talked about it.Delete
Was told by many that my dad made great bathtub gin, never could get him to tell us how.ReplyDelete