In an era when corn was plentiful and dollars were not, Rabun County men, like their neighbors in all of Georgia and much of Appalachia, turned to the production and selling of moonshine to put food on the table for their families. Is it needed today?
Detroit, Michigan, circa “City Hall and Campus Martius.” To the left, the Soldiers and Sailors Monument; rising to the right is one of the city’s “moonlight tower” carbon-arc lamps. Palm trees and bananas strike a tropical note.
The real 'Boardwalk Empire': Atlantic City during Prohibition in the 1920s