Walker Lewis

  • The Battle of Franklin Farms: John Philip's Jest With Booze

    A graduate of Princeton and of Harvard Law School, WALKER LEWIS begun his career as a lawyer in Baltimore in 1928 and has identified himself closely with that city ever since. He here recalls for us some of the odd points of law that arose during the prohibition era and describes the efforts of one Baltimore congressman to ascertain conclusirely “just when a beverage ceases to be nonintoxicating and becomes intoxicating.