Association Against Prohibition Amendment Clippings, 1916, MS. 1544

Association against Prohibition Amendment Clippings, 1916
Maryland Historical Society
 

(Text converted and initial EAD tagging provided by Apex Data Services, March 1999.)

Association against Prohibition Amendment Clippings, 1916
Maryland Historical Society

 

Contact Information:
Manuscripts Department
Maryland Historical Society Library
201 West Monument Street
Baltimore MD 21201-4674
410.685.3750
specialcollections@mdhs.org
www.mdhs.org

 


Descriptive Summary

Association against Prohibition Amendment Clippings, 1916

MS. 1544

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

 


Scope and Content

This collection is composed of copies of newspaper, newsletter and theatre program clippings; and copies of fourteen broadsides arguing for the wet vote in 1916.

Foldered separately is the series, The Vital Issue, a full page ad run daily, except Sunday, from October 2 - November 6. Two No. 18 ads were printed; one on Saturday, October 21, the other on Monday, October 23. Perhaps to compensate when the mistake was discovered, there is no No. 20 in this series of 31 ads. All copies in this series were originally printed on page 4 of the Baltimore News.

 

The following publications are represented in this collection:

 

Academy [Theatre] Program

 

Annapolis Capital (also known as Evening Capital)

 

Auditorium [Theatre] Program

 

Baltimore American (also known as The American)

 

Baltimore County Sentinel, Highlandtown, Maryland

Baltimore Journal of Commerce

 

Baltimore News (also known as The News)

 

Baltimore Sun (also known as The Sun)

 

Baltimore Star (also known as The Star)

 

Baltimore Trades-Unionist (also known as B.T. Unionist)

 

Brunswick Times

 

Catonsville Argus

 

Cecho-American

 

Colonial [Theatre] Program

 

Daily News, Frederick (also known as Frederick News)

 

Detroit Free Press

 

Emmittsburg Chronicle (also known as Weekly Chronicle)

 

Evening Sun

 

Ford's [Theatre] Program

 

Frederick Citizen

 

Frederick Post (also known as Post)

 

Gayety [Theatre] Program

 

Gayety nl [newsletter]

 

German Correspondent

 

Labor Leader

 

Jeffersonian, Towson, Maryland (also known as Towson Jeffersonian)

 

Maryland [Theatre] Program

 

Towson Union News (also known as Union News)

 

Palace [Theatre] Program

 


Container List

Box 1

n.d., August 2 - November 3, 1916

 

Box 2

November 4 - November 17, 1916

 

Broadsides, n.d., [September, October]

 

The Vital Issue, No. 1-31, October 2 - November 6, 1916

 

 

Mary E. Herbert

May 29, 1997

Games