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The character of "Mr. Dry," a stuffy, sour figure created by political cartoonist Rollin Kirby, became an icon for anti-prohibitionists during the 1920s. This bartender set made before the passage of the 21st Amendment shows Mr. Dry resting in a coffin, representing repeal supporters' hopes that the prohibition era would soon be put to rest.

2014-04.01

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