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Date: 1922 

Description: Forged labels imitating United States Government Revenue stamps seized by Prohibition Officers. The labels were used by bootleggers to make customers belie...

Date: 1914 ca.

Description: Card from Madison Dry League pledging support to those who seek to eliminate saloons in the city of Madison. The organization's slogan was, "A happy, sober...

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Description: Advertisement for Blatz Private Stock, a "de-alcoholized" beer brewed in Milwaukee during Prohibition. Depicts a couple picnicking near a lake and mountain...

Date: 1929 

Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Kreme-O-Maltz, Light Hop Flavor, Malt Syrup." Distributed by the Oshkosh Maltz Produ...

Date: 1931 

Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Badger Club Special, A special process brew, alcoholic content less than 1/2 of 1% b...

Date: 1922 

Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. The label has the traditional Blatz logo, and was used for the sale of hops syrups an...

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Beer Is Back

Date: 1933 

Description: Card advertising the return of beer for sale at the end of Prohibition. The card offered free delivery of Blatz Old Heidelberg brew to all parts of Madison...

Date: 1928 

Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Viking brand, Malt Syrup, distributed by E-C products Co." A large viking ship is pr...

Date: 1926 

Description: Label submitted to the State of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Old Heidelberg Brew, Made under the formula of a famous old German brew, Val. Blatz...

Date: 1928 

Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Cross Country, Hop Flavored, Malt Syrup, Made and packed by, Rock Island Brewing Co....

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