|Made From:||Distilled From At Least 80% Corn|
|Produced By:||OLD QUAKER DISTILLING CO.|
|Importer:||Made In The U.S.A.|
Now we move to adult blacks seemingly engaged happily their respective occupations. The first is the label of a post-Prohibition whiskey called ‘Cotton Picker Corn Whiskey.’ It depicts an elderly gentleman in the South standing amidst a field of fluffy cotton ‘” definitely an idealized picture. The Old Quaker Company that issued it, however, existed north of the Mason-Dixon line in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.