General Neal Dow Handwritten Letter Signed On Liquor By Father Of Prohibition

General Neal Dow Handwritten Letter Signed On Liquor By Father Of Prohibition
General Neal Dow Handwritten Letter Signed On Liquor By Father Of Prohibition

General Neal Dow Handwritten Letter Signed On Liquor By Father Of Prohibition
GREAT CONTENT: FATHER OF PROHIBITION WRITES ABOUT THE WORD RUMMY... LIQUOR TRAFFIC-AND NOT A MAN WHO DRINKS.

CIVIL WAR BRIGADIER GENERAL NEAL S. BY PORTLAND MAINE MAYOR AND. ONE PAGE, 5 X 8, PORTLAND, SEPT 14, 1886. Interview I had with the reporter of the Tribune...

All I know of the Chief Constable... The word rummy with us means a man whose sympathies are with the liquor traffic - and not a man who drinks. Some age toning but otherwise in fine condition.

THIS IS AN ORIGINAL HAND SIGNED AUTOGRAPH. We do not sell reprints or facsimile autographs.

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General Neal Dow Handwritten Letter Signed On Liquor By Father Of Prohibition