Broadside claiming "Alcohol blots! 3.2 beer contains alcohol enough to be dangerous! Alcohol dis the vision, alcohol dulls the hearing, alcohol slows the muscle action, alcohol muddles the brain. Be wise...abstain! Beverage alocholo is a blot of society!"
Pamphlet showing the benefits to the town of Willmar, Minnesota after six years of being dry. The results include decreased taxes and an increase in post office receipts, bank deposits, and population.
Broadside saying there will be a gospel temperance meeting by P.I. Williams. It claims "Mr. Williams speaks from experiences, having ben for a number of years a confirmed inebriate, and his utterances have the ring of sincerity and are marked by practical common sense."
Photograph collage of the members of the Norwegian-American temperance movement. Includes: Gustav Eide, O. Br. Olson, Waldmar Ager, F.L. Tronsdal, O.S. Sneve, J.J. Skordalsvold, E.E. Lobeck, J.L. Nydahl, Theo S. Reimstad, Adelsten Berge, Anna Qvale Andersen, O. L�kensgaard, K.T. Thorvildsen, B.B. Haugan, H.P. Rud, and K. Lokensgaard.
Formal portrait of leaders in the Norwegian Temperance Movement. Top row, left to right: F.L. Tronsdal, unidentified, Alfred Gabrielsen, Theodore Reimestad, unidentified. Middle row: Waldemar Ager, B.B. Haugan, T.K. Thorvildson, Ole Br. Olsen, Gustav Eide. Bottom row: Andrew Wold and Inga Moen.
Photograph collage of the members of the Wisconsin Totalafholdsselskab (Total Abstinence Society). Includes: E.T. Saugstad, Theo. Thorsen, F.L. Tronsdal, E.E. Lobeck, P.S. Thompson, Rev. Chr. Ytterhus, and Rev. O. Gulbrandson.
A typical Norwegian temperance district convention held in northwestern Wisconsin in the 1920s. Delegates from local socieities and people of the area would meet to hear speakers, music, and fellowship.