• Creator
  • West Washington Women's Christian Temperance Union
  • Created Date
  • 1927
  • Description
  • The West Washington Women's Christian Temperance Union (WWWCTU) writes to Washington State Senator Wesley Jones to defend prohibition officer Roy C. Lyle, who was indicted and put on trial for bootlegging liquor. The WWWCTU writes that it is understandable that some prohibition agents "are found to be undesirable" but that Lyle "commands the respect of both the wets and the drys" and that they "wish to retain the man who has, through his super... more
    The West Washington Women's Christian Temperance Union (WWWCTU) writes to Washington State Senator Wesley Jones to defend prohibition officer Roy C. Lyle, who was indicted and put on trial for bootlegging liquor. The WWWCTU writes that it is understandable that some prohibition agents "are found to be undesirable" but that Lyle "commands the respect of both the wets and the drys" and that they "wish to retain the man who has, through his supervision, given us better law enforcement than any State in the Union.". less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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