Weird Vintage Untitled Document

Texas Guinan, one of the first female emcees and “Queen of the Speakeasies,” grins as she boards a paddy-wagon. She was used to being carted off to jail when speakeasies were raided during the 1920s. She would often ask the band to play “The Prisoner’s Song” as she was carted off. (From This Fabulous Century—1920-1930, scanned by weirdvintage)

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