Bureau/Division/Agency

Governor

Document Type

Text

Exact Creation Date

10-3-1923

Description

Address by Governor Baxter at the 1923 State Convention of Maine Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Pittsfield. Includes information about state policy with regard to liquor enforcement, problems with bootlegging activity in Hancock County. Baxter also addresses concerns about problems at the Hallowell School for Girls, speculation that he was a member of the Roman Catholic faith and rumors that he had consumed whiskey during an August 1920 visit to Mount Katahdin. He also states his opposition to public funding of private schools.

Language

English

Keywords

Baxter; Prohibition; Temperance; Liquor; Courts; Hallowell School For Girls; Education

File Size

4.8 MB

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