Men marching for their right to consume beer. This photo was taken in New Jersey, 1931. Two years before the ratification of the 12st Amendment that ended the scourge of federal teetotaler legislation, men such as these dapper gents rose their signs and took to the streets.
A damned good print for any bar or man cave. One of our History of Liberty line, highlighting the awesomeness of the freedom movement in history, and the brave women and men that stood for freedom - and in this case, your cold one.
Museum-quality prints made on thick, durable, archival, acid-free paper with matte finish. These are the prints that we normally sell for $60+, but at our shop we have them discounted heavily because you know what? You're here and we appreciate it.
Framed versions are also available in our shop.
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