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The passing of the saloon

an authentic and official presentation of the anti-liquor crusade in America

by George M. Hammell

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Published by The Tower press in Cincinnati, O .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Alcoholism -- United States.,
    • Liquor laws -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 417-426.

      StatementGeorge M. Hammell, D. D., editor-in-chief...with numerous contributors...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV5292 .H3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 p. l., iii-xxii, 436 p.
      Number of Pages436
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL7003843M
      LC Control Number09000142
      OCLC/WorldCa2529212

      Travel across the United States with David Reynolds as he explores US Ro one of the few remaining two-lane highways running from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Driving as slowly as safety permits, stopping frequently and often going backwards to have a second look at something glimpsed in passing, Reynolds talks to people on the streets, in bars and cafes, motels and gas stations. With The Last Kind Words Saloon he returns again to the vivid and unsparing portrait of the nineteenth-century and cowboy lifestyle made so memorable in his classic Lonesome Dove. Evoking the greatest characters and legends of the Old Wild West, here McMurtry tells the story of the closing of the American frontier through the travails of two of.

      Nella Larsen’s Passing was first published in , during the arts and cultural movement called the Harlem Renaissance, a surge of recognition for black authors and artists. The title of the.   By August, the Indiana Anti-Saloon League boasted of having rendered townships, wards and districts dry. “Since May 1, , saloons .

      The dress decided, her thoughts had gone back to the snag of Ted's book, her unseeing eyes far away on the lake, when by some sixth sense she was acutely aware that someone was watching her.   From the Holt, Rinehart, & Winston hardcover dust jacket: "Move over, King and Straub!" —Houston Chronicle "****" —West Coast Review of Books Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's classic story "Fall of the House of Usher," Robert R. McCammon makes a dazzling leap of imagination in this enormously entertaining and truly frightening novel.


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The Passing Of The Saloon: An Authentic and Official Presentation of the Anti-Liquor Crusade in America by Hammell, George M. D.D COVID Update August 8. Passing of the saloon. Cincinnati, O., The Tower Press [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /.

A magisterial history of the liner trade, from its dawn in the 19th century to a haunting account of the "Queen Mary" and the "Queen Elizabeth" passing one another for the last time in the s.

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Passing is a novel by American author Nella Larsen, first published in Set primarily in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City in the s, the story centers on the reunion of two childhood friends—Clare Kendry and Irene Redfield—and their increasing fascination with each other's : Nella Larsen.

Throughout the book, Passing shows many characters, especially Irene, who struggle to conform to what is societally acceptable. Clare, however, ignores all the cultural stigma surrounding passing.

She laughs when Irene hesitates to tell her what was said about her, showing that she is. The saloon became increasingly a “putrid festering spot” because survival in a market flooded with drinking places encouraged, or even required, violation of existing laws.

At the turn of the century, saloons in Washington state stayed open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in complete defiance of regulations (Clarkp.

58). As Passing begins, Irene Redfield--a sophisticated and comfortably married woman of African-American descent--is opening her discovers a letter from Clare Kendry, an old acquaintance, and this document sets off a chain of recalls Clare's difficult childhood and cunning temperament, but is most preoccupied with a recent meeting between Clare and herself that had taken.

Initially, Clare's "passing" maneuver serves as a manner of escaping her dreary relatives and of entering a world of privilege and affluence that she had once only observed from a distance.

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This edition of Passing features an introduction by Christa Holm Vogelius. Irene Redfield, married to a successful physician, enjoys a comfortable life in Harlem, New York.

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Open Library. Passing refers to what both the main female characters can do in this book. Although technically of black origins they can actually pass as white, due to their skin tones.

For Irene she stays to her heritage and has become a middle-classed black woman in New York, whereas Clare passes for white and has covered up her s: Passing, Larsen’s second and final novel, deals with a topic that fascinated readers of the ’s, the calculated deception of white people by black people who decided, for social or economic.

About this Item: Anti-Saloon League of America, First edition. Nice original book in paper wraps (paperback) size is approx. 5" x 7". No creasing, curling or chipping; cover is clean except for one small ink-spot at bottom edge of front cover (about the size of a.

Free Comprehensive Study Guide for Passing by Nella Larsen. Summary, Notes, and Analysis of Part 1: Encounter. Clare’s father, Bob Kendry, was killed in a saloon fight when she was a young girl.

In the letter, Clare writes that she needs to see Irene again and references the last time they saw each other: two years earlier in Chicago. Will it not be, Eilidh, we don't have time High C-THR Passing Score to argue about this, What charming hours I passed thus at the window of the saloon, Do they know that I might tell you about how High C-THR Passing Score Wild Roar carried a blood-red sickle curved like a moon, that he used as a toothpick.

Book Reviews, Book Tours, Book Recommendations & Giveaways too! He was also the author of The Death Trap, a play staged at the Grecian Saloon, City Road, Shoreditch, with George Conquest, the theatre manager, as the villain.[7] He had now become a jobbing writer for hire, producing books on chess; a book on the Isle of Wight with photographs by William Russell Sedgefield and Frank Mason Good; a volume of Reviews: Bob Kendry is Clare ’s deceased father.

Bob is referenced throughout the book, though he never appears in the flesh, having died before the plot takes place. Bob was an alcoholic and a janitor in Irene and Clare’s neighborhood in Chicago. Bob went to college with many of the men in the area, but some unknown disgrace caused him to take a job below his education status.