Prohibition robs Milwaukee of its happiness
Famous Gardens and Wein Stuben Gave City its Charm in the Early Days
Prohibition forced many breweries to begin producing other things, often soda, to stay afloat, while others closed their doors forever. In this article, Gunnar Mickelsen mourns the loss of happiness and sociability in Milwaukee because of prohibition.
Industrialization and Urbanization|
Brewing and Prohibition
|Creator: ||Mickelsen, Gunnar
|Pub Data: ||Milwaukee Sentinel. 21 February 1932.
|Citation: ||Mickelsen, Gunnar. "Famous Gardens and Wein Stuben Gave City its Charm in the Early Days." Milwaukee Sentinel (21 February 1932);
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