Collection of Materials on Prohibition
Scope and Contents
This collection explores the history of the prohibition movement in the United States. There are several sermons that present rural Protestant views on the consumption of alcohol. The collection also contains prohibition broadsides dealing with elections in Falls and Milam Counties in 1907.
- 1814 - 1930
Conditions Governing Use
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Language of Materials
The Collection of Materials on Prohibition is housed in one (1) archival and one (1) flat box, and is located on the SHSU Special Collection’s manuscript shelves. It contains journals, pamphlets, articles and newspaper clippings. The items in this collection range from 1814 to 1930.
- Shaneil Snipe
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