|Object Name||Letter, Form|
|Scope & Content||
A letter from Men and Women against Prohibition was sent to Floyd Lunsford thanking him for his support of the defeat of Initiative No. 13 which would have prohibited the sale of wine and beer and the drinking of it in public places. The initiative was presented to the Legislature in August 1946.
Literature from the organization was enclosed for distribution, and Mr. Lunsford was encouraged to thank the local paper if it editorialized against the initiative.
|Title||letter from Men and Women against Prohibition|
|Caption||Anti-prohibition letter to Mr. Lunsford|