Ellis, William E. Books

Patrick Henry Callahan (1866-1940), Progressive Catholic Layman in the American South
1990 0-88946-243-7
Describes the life of perhaps the most important early-20th-century "dry" Catholic, who was, moreover, a progressive and an advocate of profit-sharing, a multifaceted man who exchanged ideas with many of the most important political and literary figures of his day, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, William Jennings Bryan, Msgr. John A. Ryan, and H. L. Mencken.