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California Wine History, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

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Colonial Office Archives, (British) National Archives, Surrey, UK.

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John W. Davis Papers, Yale University Library, New Haven, CT.

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Irénée du Pont Papers, Hagley Museum, Wilmington, DE.

Pierre S. du Pont Papers, Hagley Museum, Wilmington, DE.

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Frankenmuth (MI) Historical Society.

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Herbert S. Hadley Papers, Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Ellis Library, University of Missouri, Columbia.

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Herbert Hoover Library, West Branch, IA.

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Office of the Messrs. Rockefeller (Welfare Interests—General), Rockefeller Archive Center, Pocantico Hills, NY.

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Arthur J. Tuttle Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, National Archives (Central Plains Division), Kansas City, MO.

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Congressional Documents

Senate and House documents are cited in the notes. For citations from the following hearings, House Appropriations 1922, 315, represents page 315 in the transcript of the first of the hearings listed here, and similar abbreviation is used for the others (listed here chronologically by chamber).

House of Representatives, Appropriations Committee. “Department of Justice,” 1922.

House of Representatives, Immigration and Naturalization Committee, “Deportation of Aliens,” 1922.

House of Representatives, Judiciary Committee, “The Prohibition Amendment,” 1930.

House of Representatives, Ways and Means Committee, “Modification of the Volstead Act,” 1932.

Senate, Judiciary Committee, “Brewing and Liquor Interests and German and Bolshevik Propaganda,” 1919.

Senate, Judiciary Subcommittee, “National Prohibition Act,” 1926.

Senate, Special Committee on Campaign Expenditures, 1926.

Senate, Judiciary Subcommittee, “Lobby Investigation,” 1930.

Senate, Judiciary Committee, “Modification or Repeal of National Prohibition,” 1932.

Senate, Finance Committee, “Modification of the Volstead Act,” 1933.

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