“The Eighteenth Amendment established the prohibition of alcoholic beverages in the United States. The Amendment was the first to set a time delay before it would take effect following ratification, and the first to set a time limit for its ratification by the states. Its ratification was certified on January 16, 1919, with the amendment taking effect on January 17, 1920.”
Above: Dancing the Temperance Two-step on the 18th Amendment by John Purlia (2009)
Welcoming the World to the Pageant of Plastic Prophecy, 1964 by John Purlia
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To see my photograph that incorporates this vintage album cover, check out: Frank and Betty get pinned without a care in the world.
12 Hit Parade Tunes on Flickr.
Indian Love Call on Flickr.
A young Carol Lynley (before her Poseidon Adventure) can also be seen here on the cover of Indian Love Call.
Top photo: Rebecca’s picnic hike is spoiled by the end of the world by John Purlia
Bottom photo: Picnic Barbie by Nicole Houff
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Love Makes the World Go Round — Jane Morgan on Flickr.
Look familiar? This Jane Morgan cover was used in the 2009 photo, “Elke eyes the Assembly of Prophets foretelling the fate of the world.”
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