Secret societies -- Nevada -- Dayton
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Included are reports, a resolution, and correspondence. The collection contains material from 1886-1894 created by the Ancient Order of United Workmen, River Lodge No. 6 in Dayton, Nev.
Abstract Records constitute primarily reports of treasurers and secretaries, with some correspondence. The collection contains material from 1868-1869 created by the Independent Order of Good Templars, Lodge no. 14 in Dayton, Nev.
Abstract The Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) was a fraternal lodge instituted at Dayton, Nevada, on Dec. 13, 1872. Constitution and bylaws describe minimum number of members allowed, qualifications for membership, contributions and benefits, types and duties of officers, times of meetings, order of business, rules of order, and names of charter and active members. Material from 1873.
Abstract Included are reports of the treasurer and secretary, correspondence, resolutions, rules for use of the Lodge's facilities, proclamations, invoices, and receipts. A few records of Rebekah Lodge no. 5 (Dayton, Nevada) are also included.