• Creator
  • Revelle, Thomas P.
  • Created Date
  • 1927
  • Description
  • Thomas P. Revelle of the Office of the United States Attorney writes to Washington State Senator Wesley Jones to discuss local prohibition officers and their treatment of violators of prohibition. Revelle writes that two local prohibition officers, Small and Thompson, often beat up bootleggers, and they may have to be dismissed though they are efficient officers. Revelle asks that he and Jones speak with Roy C. Lyle and William Whitney to disc... more
    Thomas P. Revelle of the Office of the United States Attorney writes to Washington State Senator Wesley Jones to discuss local prohibition officers and their treatment of violators of prohibition. Revelle writes that two local prohibition officers, Small and Thompson, often beat up bootleggers, and they may have to be dismissed though they are efficient officers. Revelle asks that he and Jones speak with Roy C. Lyle and William Whitney to discuss the behavior of prohibition officers. less
  • Format
  • text
    Letter (correspondence)
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