Anti-Prohibitionette

Margaret Culkin Banning. From Vogue, September 1, 1930.

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Writer, novelist, and women’s rights advocate Margaret Culkin Banning wrote in 1930 that the “lifting of a glass was, for a little while, one of the modern gestures,” particularly for women. But she argued for moderation, not excess.

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Writer, novelist, and women’s rights advocate Margaret Culkin Banning wrote in 1930 that the “lifting of a glass was, for a little while, one of the modern gestures,” particularly for women. But she argued for moderation, not excess.

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Writer, novelist, and women’s rights advocate Margaret Culkin Banning wrote in 1930 that the “lifting of a glass was, for a little while, one of the modern gestures,” particularly for women. But she argued for moderation, not excess.

Metadata Details
Item Type Magazine article
Title Anti-Prohibitionette
Publication Title Vogue
Creator Margaret Culkin Banning
Publication Date September 1, 1930
Call Number W 9307 .93
Location General Collections
Notes Page 65