• Creator
  • Jones, Wesley
  • Created Date
  • 1922
  • Description
  • Richard Edmonds of the Manufacturers Record writes to Washington State Senator Wesley Jones to ask if Jones supports prohibition as strongly as he did when he first introduced it to Congress in 1917. Edmonds writes that "when American has been made free from the curse of the liquor traffic, then we will have gone a long way toward changing the thought of the world in regard to the wisdom of Prohibition and the elimination of this curse both on... more
    Richard Edmonds of the Manufacturers Record writes to Washington State Senator Wesley Jones to ask if Jones supports prohibition as strongly as he did when he first introduced it to Congress in 1917. Edmonds writes that "when American has been made free from the curse of the liquor traffic, then we will have gone a long way toward changing the thought of the world in regard to the wisdom of Prohibition and the elimination of this curse both on economic and moral grounds." He also asks Jones to sign a questionnaire related to his position on prohibition. less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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