The Sploe House: a drinking place of lower socio-economic status Negroes in a Southern City

Baton Rouge: the author, 1968. 11p. plus one page list of references; 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled together at upper left corner.

Text of a paper delivered at the "Sociology and Drinking Behavior" session of the annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Socity in 1968. Describes the role of illegal drinking establishments in private houses in an unidentified Piedmont town in North Carolina.

Cat.No: 181906

Price: $15.00