The Alabama Anti-Saloon League

Address and officers of the Alabama Anti-Saloon League for the years 1914 and 1919.

1914 -- State Headquarters, 508 Chamber of Commerce, Birmingham. Ala.; PRESIDENT: Rev. W. B. Crumpton. D. D.. Montgomery, Ala.; FIRST VICE PRESIDENT: Rev. H. H. McNeill. Opelika, Ala.; SECOND VICE PRESIDENT: R. M. Goodall. Birmingham, Ala.; SECRETARY: F. F. Ballard, Birmingham, Ala.; TREASURER: P. C. Ratfiff, Birmingham. Ala.; HEADQUARTERS COMMITTEE: The above officers, together with Dr. L. C. Branscomb, Birmingham. Ala., and Geo. H. Estes, Birmingham, Ala.; STATE SUPERINTENDENT: Rev. Brooks Lawrence, 508 Chamber of Commerce. [Source page 217]

1919 -- State Headquarters, 521-23 Chamber of Commerce, Birmingham. Ala. PRESIDENT: Rev. W. B. Crumpton, D.D., Montgomery. FIRST VICE PRESIDENT: Rev. H. H. McNeill, D.D., Demopolis. SECRETARY: F. F. Ballard, Birmingham. TREASURER: P. C. Ratliff, Birmingham. HEADQUARTERS COMMITTEE: Rev. W. B. Crumpton, D.D., Rev. H. H. McNeill, D.D.. F. F. Ballard, P. C. Ratliff, Rev. L. C. Branscomb, D.D., George Estes, L. B. Musgrove. STATE SUPERINTENDENT: Rev. Brooks Lawrence, 521 Chamber Commerce, Birmingham. [Source page 401]

Source(s)
The Anti-Saloon League Year Book, (corresponding year), An Encyclopedia of Facts and Figures Dealing with the Liquor Traffic and the Temperance Reform.

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