This issue describes Montgomery's reaction to the news of V-E Day: "With the broadcasting of the proclamation by the President at 8 Tuesday morning, all downtown business ceased, whistles blew, church bells tolled, sirens sounded, the serving of...
In the letter Clay asks Poinsett to override a recent military order regarding "retailers of spirituous liquors." Clay does not explain what the order was, but it is likely that it restricted the sale of alcoholic beverages even among the white...
In the letter the members require the Auburn Interfraternity Council to appoint a committee to investigate four problem areas and to develop policies and rules to oversee each: rush activities in the fall, spring, and summer; the consumption of...
The act enables local authorities to decide when to limit the sale of alcoholic beverages to Indians, in order to protect the colonists and preserve peaceful relations with local tribes: "Whereas frequent Tumults and Disturbances have happened by...
In preparation for General Lafayette's visit to Alabama, the committee purchased several types of alcoholic beverages (including brandy, wine, and "Jamaica Spirrits"), cigars, and oranges. A note on the back confirms that payment was received.
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