Letter - Dominion Alliance to Mr. Harry Cowan


Description
Creators:
Gibson, Joseph, Correspondent
Cowan, Harry
, Recipient
Media Type:
Text
Item Type:
Correspondence
Description:
A letter from the president of the Dominion Alliance for the Suppression of the Liquor Traffic, Joseph Gibson. The letter is dated November 18th, 1910 and requests "subscription". The request is to add to the campaign fund and the "new fight...voting upon the question of bar-room abolition". The voting is stated to take place in "January next" for about one hundred municipalities in Ontario.
Place of Publication:
Toronto
Date of Publication:
18 Nov 1910
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
169 RG
Collection:
Irish John Willson United Empire Loyalist Family Fonds
Language of Item:
English
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Letter - Dominion Alliance to Mr. Harry Cowan


A letter from the president of the Dominion Alliance for the Suppression of the Liquor Traffic, Joseph Gibson. The letter is dated November 18th, 1910 and requests "subscription". The request is to add to the campaign fund and the "new fight...voting upon the question of bar-room abolition". The voting is stated to take place in "January next" for about one hundred municipalities in Ontario.