1889 - 1947. 1st Printings. Divers. One black and white, reprint photograph. Largest: 10-6/8" x 7-1/2". Smallest: 2" x 3-6/8". One black and white glossy photo of Andrew J. Volstead's funeral service. Three white envelopes, black lettering. One post card from the "Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform" printed in black ink to recto and verso. A card printed in black ink and filled out in black ink to assure membership to the "Temperance Baby Band". And a small flyer advertising a "Oratorical Contest" printed in black lettering to blue card stock. A VG copies. Small flyer has some light water damage, corners are rubbed and there is some glue/paper residue to verso. The Temperance Baby band is clean and bright, light rubbing to corners, glue/paper residue to verso. Postcard is unused but creased due to folding, corners a but bumped, otherwise clean and bright. All three envelopes have been addressed and mailed. Black ink addressed written on each, typical postage stamps/markings. Photograph has some ink stamps and red pencil markings to verso, overall clean and bright. Item #46601
-"State Oratorical Contest...Of the Minnesota...Intercollegiate Prohibition League" flyer.
-Member card for the Temperance Baby Band. "This is to Certify that Grace alucetta Grannies is a member of the Hubbard Temperance Baby Band of Lake City County of Wabasha State of Minnesota".
-Postcard put out by the Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform. "Because I believe that National Prohibition has increased lawlessness, hypocrisy and corruption"
-Two envelopes with "Minnesota Total Abstinence Association... Established 1885..." at the head.
-One envelope from "A.J. Volstead" to Vernen(?) Smith.
-one photo of Mr. Volstead's funeral service in Granite Falls, Minn.