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While the United States "enjoyed" the consequences of the 18th Amendment, photographs of the Orleans Hotel show a bar void of liquor bottles and bar stools. In 1922 the Hotel was one of several businesses raided by Sheriff Scott Porter for selling intoxicating liquor.

Publication Date

5-27-2017

Volume

3

Issue

22

Publisher

County of Orleans

City

Albion

Keywords

Village of Albion, Businesses, Hotels, Orleans County, Prohibition

Disciplines

Public History | United States History

Orleans Hotel Site of Prohibition-era Raids

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