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  • Subject contains "Fraternal organizations"

Date: 1950-1959
Description: Organized on October 8, 1909 in Grand Army Hall, the Wahpatuck Tribe 54, Improved Order of Red Men was a popular and welcome sight at parades and celebrations during the 1930s, 40s and 50s, including…[More]

Date: 1894
Description: "The Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division 26, was organized on August 1, 1868 as the Hibernian Aid Society with a membership of 33. Timothy Hurley was the first president. The organization became…[More]

Date: 1923
Description: "The Wakefield Council #104, Knights of Columbus, celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1994. It was on September 16, 1894 that John William Smith, along with William H. Butler, met with Wakefield men…[More]

Date: 07-04-1922
Description: "Members of the Sons of Italy, Lodge 359, were among the representatives of fraternal groups that participated in the annual Fourth of July Parade sponsored by a special committee of the Chamber of…[More]

Date: 1930
Description: "The Wakefield Lodge of Elks held a Funfest on Factory Field to raise money for the organization's charities. Originally scheduled to be held Friday through Monday (Labor Day), the carnival was…[More]

Description: "The famous and colorful Red Men's Band of Wakefield, Massachusetts. Wahpatuck Tribe No. 54 Improved Order of Red Men." -- Text from back of postcard.
Collection: Wakefield Postcards