A.B. Holloway, a resident of Montesano, Washington, letter to Senator Wesley Jones regarding the decline in popularity of prohibition, March 17, 1932
A.B. Holloway of Montesano, Washington writes to Washington State Senator Wesley Jones to discuss the decline in popularity of prohibition in 1932. Holloway recommends that Jones, and the other proponents of prohibition, "must come right out on OPEN ground and announce that the wet regime WILL NOT DO." Holloway's letter captures the struggle between the wets and drys during the end of prohibition.
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