The Colorado Anti-Saloon League

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

1914 -- State Headquarters, 222 Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Denver, Col. PRESIDENT: R. F. Coyle, D. D., Denver, Col. VICE PRESIDENTS: Bishop S. J. McConnell, Denver, Col., Father Wm. O'Ryan, Denver, Col. SECRETARY: G. A. Brandelle, D. D., Denver, Col. TREASURER: Hon. Frank N. Briggs, Denver, Col. HEADQUARTERS COMMITTEE: R. H. Beggs, University Park., Col., Alice Mitchell, Denver, Col.; G. A. Brandelle, Denver, Col., D. D. Forsyth, University Park, Col.; R. F. Coyle, Denver, Col.: H. L. Ritter, Denver, Col. STATE SUPERINTENDENT: Rev. A. J. Finch, 222 Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Denver, Col. ASSISTANT STATE SUPERINTENDENT: G. Arthur Holloway, Denver, Col. [Source page 218]

1919 -- State Headquarters, 403 Interstate Trust Bldg., Denver. PRESIDENT: Bishop F. J. McConnell, Denver. VICE PRESIDENTS: Rev. C. H. Morris, D.D., Denver; Father William O'Ryan, Denver. SECRETARY: Edward S. Letts, Denver. TREASURER: Frank N. Briggs, Denver. STATE SUPERINTENDENT: Rev. A. J. Finch, Denver. ASSISTANT STATE SUPERINTENDENT : G. Arthur Holloway, Denver. HEADQUARTERS COMMITTEE: Otto Thum, Wayne C. Williams, Rev. C L. Mead, Rev. C. H. Morris, John Carter, Judge H. C. Riddle, Halstead L. Ritter. [Source page 402]

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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