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Wayne Bidwell Wheeler

Wayne Bidwell Wheeler



Half lgth., facing left. Attorney; Gen. counsel for Anti-Salooon League.
S239062 U.S. Copyright Office.
Photo copyrighted by Harris & Ewing.
No copyright renewal.
Accession No.: 46067.
Note on verso: The fight will be just beginning for Wayne B. Wheeler, attorney for the Anti-Saloon League of America when the country goes dry and he is expected to be of much assistance to Uncle Sam's agents. Mr. Wheeler began his prohibition work in college in the nineties and has been engaged in it ever since. He began in Ohio where he was born. Since that time he has successfully presented more than 2,000 cases, some of them in the U.S. Sepreme Court.





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