German-Americans Usher in Campaign of "Big Bill" Thompson as Chicago's Next Mayor

From Abendpost, December 7, 1926.

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Amid “stormy applause,” Chicago’s German-language newspaper the Abendpost reported mayoral candidate William Hale Thompson’s statement that “the police should be employed to suppress crimes, and not in carrying out [P]rohibition laws.”

Image of German-Americans Usher in Campaign of "Big Bill" Thompson as Chicago's Next Mayor

Amid “stormy applause,” Chicago’s German-language newspaper the Abendpost reported mayoral candidate William Hale Thompson’s statement that “the police should be employed to suppress crimes, and not in carrying out [P]rohibition laws.”

Image of German-Americans Usher in Campaign of "Big Bill" Thompson as Chicago's Next Mayor

Amid “stormy applause,” Chicago’s German-language newspaper the Abendpost reported mayoral candidate William Hale Thompson’s statement that “the police should be employed to suppress crimes, and not in carrying out [P]rohibition laws.”

Image of German-Americans Usher in Campaign of "Big Bill" Thompson as Chicago's Next Mayor

Amid “stormy applause,” Chicago’s German-language newspaper the Abendpost reported mayoral candidate William Hale Thompson’s statement that “the police should be employed to suppress crimes, and not in carrying out [P]rohibition laws.”

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Item Type Newspaper
Title German-Americans Usher in Campaign of "Big Bill" Thompson as Chicago's Next Mayor
Publication Title Abendpost
Publication Date December 7, 1926
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