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Archeological Finds Vol. 7 – Shoomaker’s whiskey

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I’m seriously loving this feature so if you have a photo of a neat find from your house or place of work please send an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail.com thanks.

A reader writes:

“In 2001, my parents put an addition on their Cleveland Park home. The Macomb St. house was built in 1914. While the backyard was being dug up, I found this half pint Shoomaker’s whiskey bottle half buried in the ground. Shoomaker’s, which closed at the start of Prohibition, is the birthplace of the Rickey.”

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