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RUMRUNNERS’ PARADISE:

SPOKANE DURING PROHIBITION


Parent's Journal

New Year's Eve, 1915, was a celebration like no other in Washington State history. It was a party to end all parties. Crowds packed every restaurant and saloon. This would be the "last call" before statewide prohibition would be enacted. Washington state was going dry,... a full four years before national prohibition. Produced, written and edited by Mary DeCesare, directed by Jim Zimmer and art directed by Michael Dixon, Rumrunners' Paradise is KSPS Public Television's latest historical documentary on the Prohibition Era in Spokane and the Inland Empire.

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