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From the Mississippiana and Rare Book Collection. A booklet titled "Dramshops, Industry, and Taxes: an Address to the people of Mississippi" regarding temperance and prohibition. The address was given by A. Burwell in Vicksburg, MS on October 24, 1874.

24 October 1874

From the Rare Book Collection. Twelfth edition of Jubilee Songs compiled by the Jubilee of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union and Anna Adams Gordon.

1923

From the Rare Book Collection. An address of the New York City Temperance Society to the Christian Public organized on principles.

1848

From the Rare Book Collection. A booklet by Rev. John A. O'Brien, Ph.D., LL. D., regarding the evils of alcohols and pushing the idea of temperance. Item has a small tear on the bottom right corner of cover.

1942

From the Bilbo (Theodore G.) Papers. A press release from the New Jersey Restaurant Association regarding prohibition.

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From the Bilbo (Theodore G.) Papers. A letter from Clifford Macgowan of the Macgowan Coffee Company to Theodore G. Bilbo regarding tax on alcohol sales and bill H.R. 3383.

22 April 1941

From the Bilbo (Theodore G.) Papers. A petition to Senator Robert Wagner from the Baptist Church of West Clarksville, N.Y. regarding prohibition of alcohol on Navy bases and military camps.

1942

From the Bilbo (Theodore G.) Papers. A memo from the Southern Baptist Convention to the President of the United States, Secretary of War, and the Secretary of the Navy regarding the manufacture and sale of alcoholic liquors.

May 1942

From the Madge Burney Papers. A pamphlet published by the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union detailing their membership campaign plan.

14 June 1942

From the William M. Colmer Papers. A letter from FB Taliaferro of Gulfport, MS regarding illicit whiskey business.

13 April 1937

From the William M. Colmer Papers. A letter from Belle Kearney to Congressman William Colmer regarding Kearney's views on the repeal of the prohibition law.

07 December 1933

From the William M. Colmer Papers. A letter from Hopewell Church to William Colmer regarding federal authorities issuing permits to sell whiskey in Mississippi.

24 February 1935

From the William M. Colmer Papers. A brochure (seventh edition) by Thos H. Steele of Statesville, N.C. regarding the fight to repeal the 18th Amendment.

1933

From the William M. Colmer Papers. A resolution from the Clinton Baptist Church sent to Congressman William Colmer regarding the 18th Amendment.

From the Paul B. Johnson Family Papers. A resolution from the Mississippi Restaurant Association regarding support for Governor Johnson and alcohol regulatory laws.

From the Paul B. Johnson Family Papers. A letter from Governor Paul B. Johnson Jr. to J. W. Turner Jr. of the Mississippi Restaurant Association. The letter regards a word of thanks for supporting the Alcohol Beverage Control Law.

13 June 1966

From the Paul B. Johnson Family Papers. A copy of House Bill number 112 by the Mississippi legislature regarding temperance.

1966

From the Paul B. Johnson Family Papers. A letter from Camden Norris of Dill and Norris Store and Food Equipment regarding legal control of alcohol.

25 November 1966

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