The tiny, unknown town of Neversink, New York, has finally pried itself from under the oppressive throes of Prohibition and served its first drop of liquor for the first time since 1935. It’s about to be a problem in Neversink, New York.
If you were an 18-year-old woman living in Illinois between the end of prohibition and 1961, you were legally free to enter a bar and order the drink of your choosing. If you were an 18-year-old man, you would not be afforded the same right.
Harry Grant Dart had quite an eye for the future. The early 20th century illustrator imagined women driving flying machines, the airmail of the future dropping from the sky, and even a world of robot butlers long before the word robot had even been coined. But one of Dart's illustrations from 1908 was perhaps the most…