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January 21, 2014

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steve

Hi, have some info on order of railroad conductor div 241, In DeSoto, known as the orc was a fraternal origination to mostly provide benefits for widows and children of railway conductors, sort of a private coop insurance group, they had parties, etc, They had a secrete meeting for members only at the corner of Boyd and 2nd street in DeSoto at the Pythias building which still stands, with the name on top, they were in existence in 1911, there was a lady's auxiliary as well, the leaders all had Badges they wore and were voted in, I have the entire set of badges of office of the DeSoto Div 241 around 8 president , vice p, treasure, etc

steve

I have a set of the Desoto ORC 241 Officer's Medals with Ribbons for each Office of the ORC whch the officers wore

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