Ancient Order of United Workmen


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Dayton, Nevada, Lodge No. 5 Records

Identifier: 88-30
Abstract The Dayton Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) was established on June 2, 1863 and was a branch of a national social and benevolence organization. The first lodge in Nevada Territory was organized at Gold Hill in April 1862; the Dayton Lodge was the fifth one in the territory. The collection includes correspondence, generally about members' benefits membership applications, rolls, and lists of members expelled, rejected, or deceased (including Daughters of Rebekah);...
Dates: 1863-1936

William M. Snare Papers

Identifier: NC1109

Wiliam M. Snare was a Reno, Nevada resident originally from Mount Sterling, Iowa. The collection includes correspondence, legal documents pertaining to Reno land purchases and leases, receipts and certificates for his membership in the Ancient Order of United Workmen, tax receipts, Washoe County tax lists (1913, 1914), constitution of the Anti-Horse Thief Society of Missouri (1875), Washoe County sample ballot (1892), and newspapers and fliers.

Dates: 1870-1926

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