Attachés of the Sheriff’s office under Capt. James Benton, are pictured as they poured down the drain and out to sea $150,000 worth of liquor seized during the Christmas holidays. The liquor, including imported champagne and other choice liquors, represents 50,000 parties that never were. Photo dated: January 17, 1927.
Pouring the Holiday Liquor Down the Drain, 1927
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