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September 06, 2018

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Ymelda Laxton

Dear Peter,

Thank you for your note and for reading the blog. We have not encountered too many things made for or by the IOL. We would love to see some pictures of the pins you acquired and will email you directly. Thanks again for your interest in the collection.

peter smith

I recently acquired two UO of IOL membership pins with the ladies names and dates (1918/1921) and the word
"ARBUTUS" which I presume is their lodge name. I believe these to be from Mass. as the two women were also in the Lynn MA WRC group. I see no way to insert any pictures but have some close-ups. I am wondering how common these type pin-on medals are from this group.
Thanks,

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