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1. Before Prohibition, during Prohibition and Now Before Prohibition, during Prohibition and Now August//1943 Article lamenting the social and economic problems caused by alcohol production, sale, and consumption, especially by young people, both before and after the Prohibition era.

2. Behind Brand Names: A Look at Four Local Firms That Have Outgrown Their Origins. .. Behind Brand Names: A Look at Four Local Firms That Have Outgrown Their Origins. .. August//1981 Article about the Berbiglia liquor store chain started by Mike Berbiglia (pictured at the age of 30 in 1934) just after the end of Prohibition (first selling liquor at his grocery store in 1933 at 31st...

3. Bootleggers Bootleggers Photo and multiple articles on the bootleggers (illegal alcohol dealers) of Kansas City and Missouri from the Prohibition era into the 1950s, such as James Samuel Weinberg, Paul "Needlenose" Labriola,...

4. City Government [and] Home Rule and the Saloons City Government [and] Home Rule and the Saloons August/14/1909 Two consecutive articles about the Kansas City area. Description in the first about forms of city government in Kansas City, Kansas, other cities in Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri. Description in the...

5. Only a Bootlegger Only a Bootlegger April/12/1935 Biographical article about "Mr. Joe," a 60-year-old bootlegger, "a power in the Kansas City North Side neighborhood in which he lives," coming to Kansas City at the age of 18 from his native Sicily and...

6. Prohibition Prohibition

7. Prohibition in Kansas City Prohibition in Kansas City January 16, 1920 Articles in the paper about the taking effect of the Prohibition era at midnight of January 16, 1920, according to the 18th Amendment of the Constitution. Descriptions of actions taken by alcohol producers...