American Council on Alcohol Problems records, 1916-1969.

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American Council on Alcohol Problems. American Council on Alcohol Problems records, 1916-1969.

American Council on Alcohol Problems records, 1916-1969.

Correspondence, reports, minutes, legal files, speeches by temperance leaders, bills relating to the prohibition question; papers (1934-1956) concerning National Temperance and Prohibition Council; pamphlets relating to temperance; and photographs. Correspondents include Anti-Saloon League of Michigan, James Cannon, Arthur Capper, Ernest H. Cherrington, Oscar G. Christgau, James J. Couzens, Luren D. Dickinson, Edward B. Dunford, F. Scott McBride, Howard H. Russell, Reed Smoot, William Howard Taft, Frederic M. Vinson, Andrew J. Volstead, James E. Watson, and Wayne B. Wheeler.

7 linear ft. and 3 oversize folders.

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Vinson, Fred M., 1890-1953

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Cannon, James, 1864-1944

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McBride, Francis Scott, 1872-1955

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National Temperance and Prohibition Council.

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