Index

Cartoons, Flyers, and Posters

  1. "Both Sides of the Question" from Literary Digest February 20, 1926
  2. "The Liquor Octopus" from The American Issue. Courtesy of Westerville Public Library, Anti-Saloon League Collection.
  3. "The Drunkard's Progress," by Nathaniel Currier, 1846. Library of Congress.
  4. "Who is Responsible For the Saloon?" by Frank Beard in The Ram's Horn. Courtesy of www.history.ohio-state.edu/projects/Ram's_Horn
  5. "Which Gets Your Vote: Mother or Saloon?" Westerville Public Library, Anti-Saloon League Collection.
  6. "The Passing of the Saloons in New York City" Westerville Public Library, Anti-Saloon League Collection.
  7. "How Drink Leads to Immorality" Westerville Public Library, Anti-Saloon League Collection.
  8. "Till Death Do Us Part" Westerville Public Library, Anti-Saloon League Collection.
  9. "How to Keep the Cat and Get Rid of the Cooties?" Literary Digest, July 7, 1923.
  10. Bootlegger stomping on the Constitution. Current Opinion, April 1922.

Photographs

  1. Prohibition bust in Colorado, by Harry M. Rhoads, Denver Public Library Western History Collection.
  2. Al Capone. National Archives Still Picture Branch.
  3. U.S. Officials at Brownsville Customs House. From the South Texas Border: The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection.
  4. Flapper drinking Library of Congress
  5. Leaders of the Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform, Vogue, August 1, 1932.
  6. Al Smith campaign button. Courtesy of Stephen Cresswell.
  7. Anti-Al Smith campaign button. Courtesy of Stephen Cresswell.
  8. Celebrating Repeal. National Archives.

Documents

  1. Richard Hofstadter on Prohibition, from The Age of Reform: From Bryan to F.D.R., 1955.
  2. The Saloon Observed, from George Kibbe Turner, "The City of Chicago: A Study of the Great Immoralities" McClure's Magazine, April 1907.
  3. Charles Stelzle, Why Prohibition! from Charles Stelzle, Why Prohibition! New York: George H. Doran Co., 1918, pp. 71-77,80-81, 89
  4. Richmond P. Hobson, "The Prohibition Amendment." Excerpted from Richmond P. Hobson, "The Prohibition Amendment,"
  5. Clarence Darrow, "The Ordeal of Prohibition," American Mercury August 1924.
  6. Wickersham Commission Report, 1929.
  7. Association Against the Prohibition Amendment, excerpts from speeches and writing.
  8. Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform, excerpt from 1930 convention.
  9. President Harding's comments on morality and Prohibition enforcement, in Literary Digest, April 15, 1922.
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