The Capital City Rebekah Lodge, No. 160, I.O.O.F., highlights the contributions made by Rose Hake, Helen French, Alice Byrd,
Lila Mower, Pearl Clayton and other members in the troop through a scrapbook produced in 1955. The collection documents events
from throughout the year via the collection of newspaper clippings, lodge books, photographs, ephemera, napkins, letters,
obituaries, event programs, and invitations for the commemoration of the organization's most prominent figures.
Capital City Rebekah Lodge No. 160 was founded on September 3, 1890, with 80 charter members and John Glasson serving as the
group's first Grand Master. The first officers appointed were Delia Pettit as First Noble Grand, Alice Seadler as Vice Grand,
and Mary Murray, recording secretary, as their Right Supporter.
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