"pussyfoot" William E Johnson- Signed First Edition Biography F.a. Mckenzie




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"pussyfoot" William E Johnson- Signed First Edition Biography F.a. Mckenzie:
$144


"Pussyfoot" JohnsonCrusader - Reformer - A Man Among Men ByFred Arthur McKenziePlease see picture for William E. Johnson's signature under his photograph in this biography written by F.A. McKenzie. I picked this up from the forgotten library of a northwestern country home. All I know is that they had lived in the same home for 40 years, maybe someone in the family was a prohibitionist :).
Fleming H. Revell Company, NY, 1920.
William Eugene "Pussyfoot" Johnson (25 March 1862[1] - 2 February 1945) was an American Prohibition advocate and law enforcement officer. In pursuit of his campaign to outlaw intoxicating beverages, he went undercover, posing as an habitué of saloons and collecting information against their owners. He gained the nickname "Pussyfoot" due to his cat-like stealth in the pursuit of suspects in the Oklahoma Territory.

"pussyfoot" William E Johnson- Signed First Edition Biography F.a. Mckenzie:
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