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This handbill advocates for the election of Democratic presidential candidate Franklin D. Roosevelt and his running mate John Nance Garner, and for the repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment. The handbill title calls to mind a popular refrain, "How Dry I…

Program for the Virginia Anti-Saloon League State Law-Enforcement Convention held February 1-2, 1922, and the letter that accompanied it. Letter (dated January 28, 1922) is from J. P. McConnell (James Preson McConnell), President of the Anti-Saloon…

Two-sided handbill. One side uses quotations fromThe Messenger(1917-1928) to associate woman suffrage, black voting, and a socialist takeover of the United States government. The handbill argues that Socialists will benefit if a "Force Bill"…

Editorial cartoon by L. C. Phifer. Image Description: Two businessmen stand behind a door marked "Private." One of them fills a shot glass with alcohol stored in his fountain pen. Caption: WHEN THE COUNTRY IS BONE DRY. "Have another little nip, old…

Editorial cartoon by J. F. Bronstrup shows a saloon owner smoking a cigar outside his recently converted bar. The establishment window now advertises "Jake's Place. Soft Drinks. Ice Cream Cornucopias." An ice cream cone-shaped sign overhead reads,…

Editorial cartoon by William C. Morris shows the Internal Revenue Bureau arguing with Federal District Attorneys over caring for a large camel labelled "Prohibition." Uncle Sam stands in the background with his hands on his hips. Internal Revenue…

Prescription for whiskey to be taken in milk 3 times daily. Filled at Purcell & Littlejohn pharmacy, Leesburg, Va.During Prohibition, the U.S. Treasury Department issued forms that authorized physicians to write prescriptions for medicinal…

Musical score for voice and piano Illustrated title page: orange/white/brown/black; drawing of 2 men rowing toward a large ship / E.H. Pfeiffer Complete score available from Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections.

Musical score for voice and piano Illustrated title page: orange/brown/gray/white/black; drawing of men waiting in a doctor's office / R.S During Prohibition, the government authorized physicians to write prescriptions for medicinal liquor. …

Musical score for voice and piano Illustrated title page: black/white/orange; drawing of a man in a wine cellar surrounded by womenComplete score available from Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections.

Musical score for voice and piano Illustrated title page in blue, white and red with a drawing of a man with a drink and an empty bar by R. S Complete score available from Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections.

Musical score for voice and piano Illustrated title page in blue and yellow by Dunk; photograph of Sophie Tucker and the Kings of Syncopation; "Successfully sung and introduced by Sophie Tucker and her 5 Kings of Syncopation." Complete score…

Musical score for voice and piano Illustrated title page in black, white, and blue; illustration of a key and hands / De Takacs Complete score available from Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections.

Musical score for voice and piano Illustrated title page in yellow, black, and white; drawing of man in tuxedo, bottle with wings, dog / R.S Complete score available from Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections.

Musical score for voice and piano Illustrated title page in blue and white by Sofy Davenport with a photograph of Sophie Tucker; "Introduced by Sophie Tucker."Complete score available from Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections.

Musical score for voice and piano. Illustrated title page in blue, orange, and white; ballroom scene with clock showing midnight, ghostly figure pointing to time Complete score available at Baylor Digital Collections.

Brief article from The Woman's Journal republished as a single page leaflet by the Massachusetts Woman's Suffrage Association and The Woman's Journal.The article presents evidence of an anti-suffrage campaign by liquor dealers who fear that woman…

Multi-paged booklet outlining the call, the objectives, and the supporters of the Citizenship Conference held at the Raleigh Hotel, Washington, D.C., October 13- 15, 1923.The conference was called "in recognition of the widespread propaganda for the…

Letter with pamphlet and registration card advertising a Citizenship Conference at the Raleigh Hotel in Washington, D.C. to be held on October 13, 14, and 15, 1923. The conference was held for the "Consideration of Integrity of Fundamental Law with…

Broadside showing a bottle of alcohol. The bottle's label depicts a boy in short pants with a snake coiled around his body, The label reads "Fluid Extract of Hell. GUARANTEED TO KILL BOYS." Written on the bottle itself are statistics attributed to…

Woman's Christian Temperance Union placard. A stick handle was once attached to this sign.
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