General Correspondence-"L - M.S. Lawson" (1882-1911)., 01/01/1882-12/31/1911
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This series consists of General Correspondence of Martin J. Griffin.
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From the Collection: 3 Linear Feet (7 Hollinger Document Case, 1 Slim Document Case)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
This folder consists of Martin J. Griffin General Correspondence "L - M.S. Lawson" (1882-1911). Items of interest include: letter [from M.A.L. (Apr. 4, 1889)] pertaining to a proposed U.S. constitutional prohibitory amendment; letter [from Rev. A.A. Lambing (July 5, 1890)] supporting the idea of the pope making a pronouncement concerning abstinence from alcohol and "flesh" meats.
Subjects and Associated Physical Materials
PROHIBITION-U.S. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROPOSAL: Manuscript
CATHOLIC CLERGY-RE: PAPAL PRONOUNCEMENT ON ABSTINENCE: Manuscript
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