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Guide to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Capitol Lodge No. 87 (Sacramento, Calif.) records
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Box 1:1

Series 1. Correspondence 1860-1907

Physical Description: 1 folder

Series Scope and Content Summary

Assorted correspondence written to the Capitol Lodge No. 87 Sacramento California from various Odd Fellow lodges throughout California regarding various members and lodge activities.
Box 1:2

Series 2. Petitions 1859-1907

Physical Description: 1 folder

Series Scope and Content Summary

Assorted petitions to join the Capitol Lodge No. 87 by potential members and petitions to financially aid other lodges and members throughout the State of California

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically
Box 1:6

Series 3. Membership and rosters 1856-1944

Physical Description: 1 folder

Series Scope and Content Summary

Membership applications, rejection letters, and receipt of membership dues. Includes one membership application to the Wampanoag Lodge no. 311, 1856 and membership roster of the masonic luncheon club of Sacramento, California, 1944.
Box 1:7

Series 4. Financial records 1860-1948

Physical Description: 1 folder

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes membership dues receipts and treasurer bonds of the Capitol Lodge no. 87 Sacramento, California. Also included is a booklet of Dewey-Warren Dollar Certificates in support of the Thomas Dewey-Earl Warren dollar certificate fund.
Box 1:8

Series 5. Reports 1859-1861

Physical Description: 1 folder

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes Semi-annual reports of the Capitol Lodge no. 87 and two reports of the R.W. Grand Lodge of the State of California listing reinstated, suspended, resigned, and rejected members from lodges across the State of California.
 

Series 6. Assorted 1890-1919

Physical Description: 3 folders

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes programs, a booklet, "Why let if burn," and two copies of Home News, the newsletter of the Children of the Rebekah Orphans Home, Gilroy, California.
Box 1:5

Grand Lodge International Organization of Odd Fellows programs 1890-1907

Box 1:4

"Why let it burn: the case against the red light district," American Social Hygiene Association, Inc. [two copies] 1919

Box 1:4

Minnie F. Harbaugh candidate for Assembly 14th District Republican primary election flyer 1918

Box 1:3

Home News, vol. 3 no. 3, the newsletter of the Children of the Rebekah Orphans Home, Gilroy, California March 1907