America’s Fraternal Brotherhood

Was your grandfather a Moose, an Elk, or an Eagle? Perhaps he was a Knight or a Mason. Or was your grandmother an Eastern Star or a Daughter of the Rebekah? Most of us have ancestors who were members of fraternal orders or lodges. One hundred years ago, 30 million Americans enjoyed the ritual and security provided by a benevolent organization. Postcard history has the story.

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