• Creator
  • McGoldrick Lumber Company
  • Created Date
  • 1922
  • Description
  • R. C. Lammers from the McGoldrick Lumber Company of Spokane, Washington writes to Washington State Senator Miles Poindexter to express their opposition to prohibition. He writes that he has spoken with many other business owners across the country and that they "hold this Statute as being antagonistic to our original American principles and to greatly aggravate and not relieve the tax burden with which we are encumbered." He states that "it is... more
    R. C. Lammers from the McGoldrick Lumber Company of Spokane, Washington writes to Washington State Senator Miles Poindexter to express their opposition to prohibition. He writes that he has spoken with many other business owners across the country and that they "hold this Statute as being antagonistic to our original American principles and to greatly aggravate and not relieve the tax burden with which we are encumbered." He states that "it is not a good law" and that "for one who abuses a privilege there are a hundered who do not.". less
  • Format
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    Letter (correspondence)
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