• Creator
  • Glidden, Mrs. Don E.
  • Created Date
  • 1930
  • Description
  • Mrs. Don E. Glidden of Ellensburg, Washington writes to Senator Wesley Jones to express her support of prohibition. She writes that she read about a State Republican Convention taking place in Bellingham, Washington in which many called for the repeal of prohibition. Glidden states that "prohibition is only it its infancy but it is growing splendidly and will continue to do so under strict enforcement." She writes the opinions of those at the ... more
    Mrs. Don E. Glidden of Ellensburg, Washington writes to Senator Wesley Jones to express her support of prohibition. She writes that she read about a State Republican Convention taking place in Bellingham, Washington in which many called for the repeal of prohibition. Glidden states that "prohibition is only it its infancy but it is growing splendidly and will continue to do so under strict enforcement." She writes the opinions of those at the convention do not reflect the public opinion in Washington State. less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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