Item #22710 Group of Fourteen 1940s Anti-Alcohol Pamphlets

Group of Fourteen 1940s Anti-Alcohol Pamphlets

Very good. Small collection of pamphlets, leaflets, brochures produced in the late 1940s by the World League Against Alcoholism of Westerville, Ohio (7 items), and TEM-Press of Washington, DC (7 items), all addressing different aspects of the dangers of drinking alcohol. Length ranges from 2-6 pages; all are in very good condition. Many cite scientific experts and statistics from research studies, others offer personal stories from public figures who have given up drinking. Some target youth, others focus on the society and health problems caused by excessive alcohol consumption. Titles include: The Increasing Menace of Alcohol on the Highway; Alcohol and Creative Ability; Angelo Patri to American Youth; 16 Reasons Why an American Youth Chooses Not to Drink; A Summary of Well Established Scientific Facts in Regard to Alcohol, Champion Young Americans, Abstinence Wins; and Industry, Labor and the Alchohol Problem; You Can Say "No, Thank You"; What Are the Facts About Beer?; "Don't Ever Start!" Says Don Black; Alcohol as the Surgeon Sees It; World's Automobile Racing Champion Never Touches Liquor or Tobacco; I Want Youth to Have the Right Start; and The Choice is Yours -- Make Your Decision Wisely, It May Make or Mar Your Life."

Item #22710

Price: $100.00

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