Item iw-glen-383 - Alberta Liquor Referendum campaign literature

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Alberta Liquor Referendum campaign literature

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GLEN glen-705-iw-glen-383

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  • 1923 (Creation)
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    Cook, Earl

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1 folder (10 p.)

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Cook, Earl

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  • The material is in English.

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  • General note: Consists of campaign literature kept by Earl Cook, a United Farmers of Alberta MLA, related to the plebiscite of November 23, 1923 in which the people of Alberta voted in favour of government sale of all liquors instead of prohibition. The literature opposes the reopening of public bars, and outlines the successes of prohibition in lowering the province's crime rate. One item features the exact wording and appearance of the ballot used.

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modified: 2005-04-29

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