Prohibition Pamphlet Collection

Collection Summary

Title: Prohibition Pamphlet Collection
Call Number: MS 72-04
Size: 0.5 linear feet
Acquisition: Unknown
Processed By: Staff, 1972; SMC, 11-7-1997; MN, 9-2008
Restrictions: None

Literary Rights

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Content Note

The Prohibition Pamphlet Collection consists of published materials on the general subjects of prohibition and temperance. Arrangement of the collection is by broad subject categories, and within those categories, by main entry.

Detailed Description: Series Listing

Series 1 Box 1 FF 1-7 Prohibition Pamphlets -- General
Series 2 Box 1 FF 8-14 Prohibition Pamphlets -- Kansas
Series 3 Box 1 FF 15-26 Prohibition Pamphlets -- Ohio

Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing

Series 1 ‒ Prohibition Pamphlets - General

Box 1 FF 1 A Great Labor Leader’s Advice (n.d.)
Box 1 FF 2 Griffin, Albert. An Earnest Appeal for the Substitution of Christian for Pagan Methods in All Moral Reform Work (1901)
Box 1 FF 3 If True, What Are We to Do? (n.d.)
Box 1 FF 4 “If you license him...” (n.d.)
Box 1 FF 5 Local Option Campaign Songs (n.d.)
Box 1 FF 6 “More Truth Than Poetry.” (n.d.)
Box 1 FF 7 Temperance Society of the Methodist Church Program for Temperance Day. Supplement to the Temperance Day Program. (n.d.)

Series 2 ‒ Prohibition Pamphlets - Kansas

Box 1 FF 8 Hudson, J. K. Prohibition in Kansas (1881)
Box 1 FF 9 Johns, Laura M. An Appeal to Kansas Teachers in Behalf of Temperance, Health an Moral Purity (1889)
Box 1 FF 10 Kansas State Temperance Union. Report of the Secretary on the Enforcement of the Prohibitory Liquor Law (1885)
Box 1 FF 11 McFarland, N. C., and McCabe, F. S. Prohibition in Kansas; Facts, not Opinions (1889)
Box 1 FF 12 Official Letters Giving Facts and Figures on the Enforcement of the Prohibitory Liquor Law (1885)
Box 1 FF 13 Prentice, Rev. G. H., ed. Constitutional Prohibition the Best Remedy for the Drink Evil of Modern Times (1889)
Box 1 FF 14 Stephens, T. E. Prohibition in Kansas (1902)

Series 3 ‒ Prohibition Pamphlets - Ohio

Box 1 FF 15 Anti-Saloon Campaign Manual for Ohio (1914)
Box 1 FF 16 Citizen’s Alliance of Stark County for “Ohio Dry.” “Dear Sir...” (1914)
Box 1 FF 17 Facts from Ohio’s Dry Counties. (n.d.) Garford’s Record...(1912?)
Box 1 FF 18 Henderson, Rev. G. M., et al. “Dear Friend...” (1909)
Box 1 FF 19 “How the Liquor Traffic Robs 60,000 Ohio Children of the Privilege of Attending School.” (n.d.)
Box 1 FF 20 Hubbell, Rev. W. H., et al. “Dear Brethren...” (1914)
Box 1 FF 21 Ministerial Association. East Liverpool, Ohio. Facts and Figures. (n.d.)
Box 1 FF 22 “The Moral Side.” (n.d.)
Box 1 FF 23 Ohio Anti-Saloon League. “Wet and Dry” Map of Ohio (1909)
Box 1 FF 24 Ohio Home Rule Association. Home Rule Advocate, No. 3, October 12, 1914
Box 1 FF 25 “Three Good Bills Before the Legislature.” (n.d.)
Box 1 FF 26 Washington, Rev. George, et al. “Inasmuch as two great moral issues...” (1914)