Temperance

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Title

Temperance

Subject

Temperance; Propaganda;

Description

The Temperance Collection contains photographs and illustrations used for informational, entertainment, and propaganda purposes during the 1830s and the 1840s. It was the Temperance Movement, which urged the moderation of alcohol and eventually lead to the 18th Amendment in the 1920s. Collected, preserved, and digitized from the print Temperance Collection at the CAS Library, the digital collection contains about 200 images and 250 pdfs.

Publisher

Rutgers University Libraries

Collection Items

American Association for the Cure of the Inebriates: Proceedings of the Second Meeting held in New York, November 14th and 15, 1871
A copy of the minutes, reports, and essays of the Second Meeting of the American Association for the Cure of the Inebriates

Centennial Temperance 1876
Cover of the Centennial temperance volume. A memorial of the International Temperance Conference, held in Philadelphia, June, 1876.

Annie Wittenmeyer
An image of Annie Wittenmeyer from the Centennial temperance volume. A memorial of the International Temperance Conference, held in Philadelphia, June, 1876.

Mary T. Burt
An image of Mary T. Burt from the Centennial temperance volume. A memorial of the International Temperance Conference, held in Philadelphia, June, 1876.

"The Original Washingtonians"
An image of The Original Washingtonians from the book The Liquor problem in all ages by Dorchester, Daniel.

"The Licensed Robber"
An image of The Licensed Robber from the book The Liquor problem in all ages by Dorchester, Daniel.

"Signing the Crusade Pledge"
An image of Signing the Crusade Pledge from the book The Liquor problem in all ages by Dorchester, Daniel.
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