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Undated broadside titled "Temperance People Don't Be Deceived!" written by R.L. Peck, warning that Congressman Kenneth McKellar's claims to being a supporter of temperance in Tennessee were not supported by his actions during the campaign for the Nuisance Bill in 1913 when he acted on behalf of anti-prohibitionist E.H. Crump of Memphis. The broadside seems to have been issued during the 1916 campaign for the U.S. Senate when McKellar defeated Luke Lea.
"Anti-McKellar temperance broadside, Nashville, Tennessee, 1916?" (2022). Documents. 63.