By Ernest Hurst Cherrington, Editor
The Anti-Saloon League Year Book, 1914, An Encyclopedia of Facts and Figures Dealing with the Liquor Traffic and the Temperance Reform. [Trexler 178 C521 1914]
Names in this online transcription include Allison, Anderson, Armor, Bagnell, Baker, Bane, Barber, Barrett, Barton, Bell, Berry, Bolger, Braley, Briney, Bristol, Burchenal, Burrell, Cameron, Cannaday, Cannon, Carre, Carrier, Carson, Chalfant, Chandler, Chapman, Cherrington, Christy, Cochran, Colman, Condit, Conger, Connell, Copeland, Courtenay, Coyle, Crabbe, Cristy, Crooke, Crummett, Curren, Davis, Dawes, Dick, Dinwiddie, Dustman, Ebbert, Eichelberger, Ewin, Finch, Follansbee, Fosdick, Foster, Gambrell, Gandier, Gatliff, Gilmore, Glenn, Goodell, Grant, Haman, Hamilton, Hanson, Hare, Harley, Hartness, Hay, Heath, Heisse, Hershiser, Herwig, Hoagland, Hoffecker, Holman, Holsaple, Hudson, Johnson, Kellogg, Laing, Lathrop, Laughbaum, Lawrence, Lean, Levister, Libby, Littlefield, Mansfield, Marshall, Mathews, McAllister, McBride, McMullen, McNeill, Minton, Moore, Morgan, Morse, Nicholson, Noel, Palmer, Pearson, Poling, Pollock, Poole, Raley, Ratliff, Remick, Richards, Robbins, Rood, Russell, Safford, Sanders, Sargent, Scott, Scrogin, Seder, Selby, Shelbourne, Sheldon, Shields, Shoemaker, Short, Shumaker, Shupp, Small, Smith, Spooner, Spreng, Stafford, Stahl, Staley, Stevens, Swadener, Swengle, Thomas, Thornburg, Turner, Upshaw, Vance, Warrick, Watkins, Webb, Wheeler, Williams, Wilson, Wolfe, Young.
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