Fonds - The Dove Rebekah Lodge # 69 Order for Women fonds

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The Dove Rebekah Lodge # 69 Order for Women fonds

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  • 1951 (Creation)
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    The Dove Rebekah Lodge # 69 Order for Women
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    Salmon Arm

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42 cm. textual records, 20 volumes

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(1951-2009)

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The Rebekah Lodge was the sister organization associated with the Independent Order Odd Fellows; an International benevolent society, their motto: Friendship Love Truth.

Charter members included Sister Edith Calam, M.I. Turner, Elizabeth Fell, Muriel Preston, Rose Lee, Johanna Laws, Veeda Redman and Brothers Gilbert Calam and Fred Lee. Initiates were Ann Elliott, Kay Beuchert, Martha Hanson, Yvonne Robertson, Marguerite McCurdy, Kay Magee, Olive Woodman, Jean Boutwell, Barbara Blanc, Etta Minion, Ina Blanc, Doris Solberg, Hazel Robertson, Janet Reynolds, Margaret McGruder, T. Minifie, Grace Akeroyd, Ivy Miller, and Brothers Herb Elliott, Gordon Robertson, Carvel Preston, Ed Blanc, George Blanc, George Reynolds, Wm. Fell and Don Turner. Associate members were Maude Edwards, Beatrice Dack, and Lena Gordon.

Note: The volumes containing the first and last registers and minutes were sent to the I.O.O.F. Provincial Secretary for their archives.

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The fonds consists of one series of Lodge registers from 1956 – 1984, Minutes from 1954 – 2004, Past Noble Grand Register and minutes from 1961 – 1972.

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