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Copy of a Proposed Petition for an Amendment to the United States Constitution Sent to Governor Doyle Carlton by Major McKinley McCanless, May 9, 1931

Copy of a Proposed Petition for an Amendment to the United States Constitution Sent to Governor Doyle Carlton by Major McKinley McCanless, May 9, 1931

Date
1931-05-09
Description
Copy of a petition calling for a new constitutional amendment to address problems with Prohibition and other social problems. The copy was sent to Governor Doyle Carlton by Major McKinley McCanless. No response from Governor Carlton is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between A. Edward Garner of New York and the Office of Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1932

Correspondence Between A. Edward Garner of New York and the Office of Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1932

Date
1932-04-20
Description
Letter from A. Edward Garner of New York to Governor Doyle Carlton, expressing his views on the efficacy of Prohibition and asking for a statement of the governor's views. A reply from a member of the governor's staff is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between A.D. Carmichael of Chipley and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition Law Enforcement, 1929

Correspondence Between A.D. Carmichael of Chipley and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition Law Enforcement, 1929

Date
1929
Description
Letter from attorney A.D. Carmichael of Chipley in Washington County to Governor Doyle Carlton, suggesting that steps be taken to move prohbition law violations out of the county courts into the circuit courts as a cost-saving measure. Governor Carlton's response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between J. Donald Cates and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding the Eighteenth Amendment, 1929

Correspondence Between J. Donald Cates and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding the Eighteenth Amendment, 1929

Date
1929
Description
Letter from J. Donald Cates of Day, Florida to Governor Doyle Carlton, asking for help obtaining information about the 18th amendment to the United States Constitution. Carlton's response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between Joseph Battaglia and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1929

Correspondence Between Joseph Battaglia and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1929

Date
1929
Description
Letter from Joseph Battaglia of New York to Governor Doyle Carlton, enclosing a plan for replacing the current prohibition law with a more moderate temperance measure. Governor Carlton's response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between Max Henius of the Wahl-Henius Institute in Chicago and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1931

Correspondence Between Max Henius of the Wahl-Henius Institute in Chicago and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1931

Date
1931
Description
Letter to Governor Doyle Carlton from Max Henius, president of the Wahl-Henius Institute in Chicago, regarding Prohibition. Enclosed is a pamphlet discussing problems with the concept of prohibiting the use of alcohol. Governor Carlton's response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between Max Henius of the Wahl-Henius Institute in Chicago and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1931

Correspondence Between Max Henius of the Wahl-Henius Institute in Chicago and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1931

Date
1931
Description
Letter to Governor Doyle Carlton from Max Henius, president of the Wahl-Henius Institute in Chicago, regarding Prohibition. A pamphlet was originally enclosed, although it does not appear to now be filed with the letter. Governor Carlton's response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Regarding a Resolution of the Veterans of Belleau Wood Calling for the Repeal of the 18th Amendment, 1932

Correspondence Regarding a Resolution of the Veterans of Belleau Wood Calling for the Repeal of the 18th Amendment, 1932

Date
1932
Description
Letter from William L. Sachs, chairman of the executive committee of the Veterans of Belleau Wood, to Governor Doyle Carlton passing along a resolution by that organization calling for the immediate repeal of the 18th Amendment to the United States Constitution. A response from Governor Carlton's office is included.
Collection
Letter from A.H. Davenport to John D. Rockefeller Regarding Prohibition, June 8, 1932

Letter from A.H. Davenport to John D. Rockefeller Regarding Prohibition, June 8, 1932

Date
1932-06-08
Description
Copy of a letter by A.H. Davenport of Tampa to John D. Rockefeller of New York concerning Prohibition--the copy was sent to Governor Doyle Carlton.
Collection
Letter from Alexander Zinn to Governor Doyle Carlton Enclosing Resolutions from the Florida Synod of the Episcopal Church Regarding Prohibition, November 16, 1932

Letter from Alexander Zinn to Governor Doyle Carlton Enclosing Resolutions from the Florida Synod of the Episcopal Church Regarding Prohibition, November 16, 1932

Date
1932-11-16
Description
Letter from Alexander Zinn, Corresponding Clerk of the Florida Synod of the Presbyterian Church, to Governor Doyle Carlton enclosing two resolutions of the Synod relating to Prohibition and the proposed repeal of the 18th Amendment. Governor Carlton's response is included.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s204_b071_f08_24Copy of a Proposed Petition for an Amendment to the United States Constitution Sent to Governor Doyle Carlton by Major McKinley McCanless, May 9, 1931textConstitutional amendments
Constitutional amendments--Public opinion
Prohibition
Liquor laws
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s204_b071_f08_40Correspondence Between A. Edward Garner of New York and the Office of Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1932textConstitutional amendments
Constitutional amendments--Public opinion
Prohibition
Liquor laws
Repeal of legislation
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s204_b071_f08_04Correspondence Between A.D. Carmichael of Chipley and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition Law Enforcement, 1929textProhibition
Liquor laws
Courts
Public opinion
Law enforcement--Cost effectiveness
Law enforcement--Costs
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s204_b071_f08_01Correspondence Between J. Donald Cates and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding the Eighteenth Amendment, 1929textConstitutional amendments
Prohibition
Liquor laws
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s204_b071_f08_01.jpg
s204_b071_f08_03Correspondence Between Joseph Battaglia and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1929textConstitutional amendments
Prohibition
Liquor laws
Temperance
temperance and religion
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s204_b071_f08_22Correspondence Between Max Henius of the Wahl-Henius Institute in Chicago and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1931textProhibition
Liquor laws
Constitutional amendments
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s204_b071_f08_23Correspondence Between Max Henius of the Wahl-Henius Institute in Chicago and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1931textProhibition
Liquor laws
Constitutional amendments
Brewing industry
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s204_b071_f08_39Correspondence Regarding a Resolution of the Veterans of Belleau Wood Calling for the Repeal of the 18th Amendment, 1932textConstitutional amendments
Constitutional amendments--Public opinion
Prohibition
Liquor laws
Repeal of legislation
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s204_b071_f08_37Letter from A.H. Davenport to John D. Rockefeller Regarding Prohibition, June 8, 1932textConstitutional amendments
Constitutional amendments--Public opinion
Prohibition
Liquor laws
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s204_b071_f08_37.jpg
s204_b071_f08_32Letter from Alexander Zinn to Governor Doyle Carlton Enclosing Resolutions from the Florida Synod of the Episcopal Church Regarding Prohibition, November 16, 1932 textConstitutional amendments
Constitutional amendments--Public opinion
Prohibition
Liquor laws
Repeal of legislation
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s204_b071_f08_32.jpg
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