[np: c. 1930]. Set of twelve postal envelopes [complete] in the "Jury Report On Prohibition" series. Each envelope depicts a Juror, numbered 1 through 12, in satiric fashion, with printed commentary. Minor occasional dusting, Fine.
Juror No. 1-- the foreman, "A PROFESSIONAL REFORMER, also active in the "anti-smoking crusade, the Motorless Sabbath League, Etc., Etc."
Juror No. 2 - A Resort Proprietor. "I run a roadhouse and don't pay nothing to the Government."
Juror No. 5 - Night Club Hostess. "Hello, Suckers! We're all strong for Prohibition, and HOW! Ever see so merry a party as this?"
Juror No. 8 - Bootlegger. "Prohibition is a Good Thing. I been in the business for twelve years, and things are going along better than ever."
Juror No. 9- Grape Grower. "Ever since da Prohibish, I get a good a price for da grape."
Juror No. 10- Machine-Gun Dealer. "Thanks to Prohibition, I got a good, steady job."
Juror No. 12- Racketeer. "Prohibition give us our Big Chancest." Item #37586