The Resource Lodge No. 300 Independent Order of Odd Fellows Minute Book

Lodge No. 300 Independent Order of Odd Fellows Minute Book

Label
Lodge No. 300 Independent Order of Odd Fellows Minute Book, 1909-1916
Title
Lodge No. 300 Independent Order of Odd Fellows Minute Book
Inclusive dates
1909-1916
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Language
eng
Summary
Lodge No. 300 Independent Order of Odd Fellows Minute Book, 1909-1916. The minutes document attendance at weekly meetings at the lodge in Criglersville, election of officers, financial transactions, and donations to charitable causes. The lodge rented the under hall to a skating rink in 1909. Also contains Lodge letterhead, printed materials from regional and national Odd Fellows organizations, and five printed copies of lodge bylaws, 1905. No index
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Biographical or historical data
  • Madison County was named for James Madison, a prominent Virginian and member of Congress in 1792 when the county was formed from Culpeper County.
  • The Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F) is an altruistic fraternal organization derived from similar English oddfellow service organizations that came into being in the 1700s. It was founded in the U.S. in Baltimore in 1819. The organization has traditionally supported a variety of philanthropic causes, including helping the sick and educating orphans.
Cataloging source
Vi
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Lodge No. 300 Independent Order of Odd Fellows Minute Book
Note
This volume came to the Library of Virginia in a transfer of court papers from Madison County
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1
Immediate source of acquisition
Madison County Circuit Court
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001619924
Type of unit
v. (195 p. and 15 leaves)

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