The Newspaper aritcle from Proquest is an article of when the 18th amendment hit in full and what it now (back then) prohibited regarding alcohol.
The archive from archive finder that I found was American Council on Alcohol Problems (1916-1969). It appears to have information on Prohibition and therefore might be quite useful. However it is at the University of Michighan.
The Image from flicker commons is of “Temperance parade: Eustis, Florida”.
I choose the article because it discusses what would happen once midnight came about regarding alcohol once Prohibition started. The archive due to its content and the image because it showed a group who fought for Prohibition and whose support allowed it to breifly become an amendment. I think each would be of some use to my research project.
“American Council on Alcohol Problems (1916-1969).” Archive Finder. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Sept. 2012.
John barleycorn takes final count in nation. (1920, Jan 17). Boston Daily Globe (1872-1922), pp. 1-1. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/503951436?accountid=14541
Temperance parade: Eustis, Florida. © 1919. State Library and Archives of Florida: General Collection: N030390. Flikr. Web. 16 September 2012.