Secret societies -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Certificate of election to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows at Gold Hill, Nevada, 1879.
Overview 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);...
Abstract The Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Nevada Lodge No. 7 was a secret society located in Virginia City, NV. Collection contains minutes of meetings March 3, 1876-July 22, 1881, 69 p. Accounts, August 1-October 8, 1930, p. 71-84.
Abstract Proclamation by Independent Order of Odd Fellows requesting observation of May 30, 1907 as Memorial Day in Nevada.
Abstract Included are letters, membership lists, informal minutes of meetings, and dues receipts for a fraternal organization based in northwestern Nevada, with a branch in Eureka, Nevada. Material from 1876; 1894.
Abstract Letters concerning members' benefits, dues, and transfer of membership. The collection contains material from 1905-1920 created by the Freemasons (Tonopah, Nev.).
Abstract The Freemasons Grand Lodge of Nevada organization oversees all Masonic activity in the state of Nevada. Certification of Gardner C. White as a Master Mason of Esmeralda Lodge No. 6, Nevada. Material from August 17, 1872.