This included Prohibition, which tried to block the flow of alcohol that irrigated the decade’s flair and freedom. Less known was a tide of anti-immigrant prejudice, using Prohibition to target minorities.
All this history is found in Ventura County: the gold flash of good times and glamor – barely concealing the tarnished tin of misused power.
This exhibit made possible in part by the generous support of:
The John Hammer Family
The Heritage Fund at VCCF
The DeArkland Family
The Chrisman Estate Company
Additional support provided by:
The Museum of Ventura County will be
CLOSING EARLY TO THE PUBLIC AT 3PM
on Saturday, February 11th for a private event.
Regular hours will resume the following day on Sunday, February 12th.