Lt. O.T. Davis, Sergt. J.D. McQuade, George Fowler of Internal Revenue Service and H.G. Bauer with the largest still ever confiscated in Washington, D.C. along with bottles of liquor on November 11, 1922.
The Largest Still in Captivity, 1922
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