Illustration of two children with a flag and white text above and below on a white background
COPYRIGHT 1908 BY Y.P.C.T.U CHICAGO
During Prohibition, the Anti-Saloon League served as a moral crusade against the manufacture, sale and consumption of alcohol. Members of this League were part of a temperance movement that worked to convince people to stop drinking alcohol. They believed it was a leading cause in the destruction of families. The League promoted the temperance cause with a wide variety of publications, songs and dramas.