Come to the Presbyterian Historical Society for a one-night-only display of temperance items from the collection.
October 19, 5:30-7:30 pm
From the early nineteenth century until well past the end of Prohibition, Presbyterians and their Protestant allies employed a wide range of images and tactics to support the temperance cause. View tracts, posters, and songbooks that trace over 150 years of history, from the fatal effects of “ardent spirits” to the menacing “whiskey dragon” and finally the more benign “Ethyl” pamphlets of the 1950s.
Whether you’re a wet or a dry, we’ll have food, drink, and conversation to mix with the history. Behind-the-scenes tours also available.