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  • Subject is exactly "Girls -- Societies and clubs"

Dispensation issued to Avon Rebekah Lodge, No. 100, 1932 October 11

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This dispensation issued by the Grand Lodge of Illinois grants Avon Rebekah Lodge, No. 100, to institute a Theta Rho Girls' Club.

Rainbow Girls Cincinnati Zoological Garden ticket book, 1947

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A ticket book for the 10th Annual Meeting of the Grand Assembly of Ohio Order of the Rainbow for Girls, with tickets for the Cincinnati Zoological Garden.

Service newsletter, September 1945

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A Service newsletter issued for the Arkansas Order of Rainbow for Girls, listing Christmas plans for assemblies and general news.

Membership card issued by Beta Theta Rho Girls' Club, No. 2, to Elna-Dawn Sorensen, 1939 January 28

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A membership card signed by Elna-Dawn Sorensen, issued by the Theta Rho Girls' Club of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

Photograph of the Rainbow Assembly, 1940s

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A photograph of the Rainbow Assembly, part of the Beverly F. Aker collection of the International Order of Rainbow for Girls, 1940-1983.

Installation of officers program, 1953 May 16

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A program for the Installation of Officers of Fitchburg Assembly, No. 23 of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls. This program is part of the collection of William Seuss Order of DeMolay ephemera, 1952-2020.

Job's Daughters pamphlet, undated

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A pamphlet with an acrostic poem for the name "Job's Daughters"

25th installation ceremony program, 1939 December 15

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An installation ceremony program for Job's Daughters, Bethel, No. 43.

Installation ceremony program, undated

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An installation ceremony program, including songs and page numbers for rituals, for Job's Daughters.

Grand United Order of Oddfellows Juvenile Branch Charter of the Household of Ruth, No. 59, 1898 March 22

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The Grand United Order of Odd Fellows was, at one time, the largest Black fraternal order in the United States. In 1843, Peter Ogden and several other Black men were rejected from the white Independent Order of Odd Fellows. After receiving a charter…