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April 23, 2019

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Alyssa Shirley Morein

Dear Mr. Ling,

Thanks for sharing that information! I’ll add it to our files. If you do happen to remember the source at some point, I’d be glad to hear from you again. You can either comment here, or email me directly at amorein@srmml.org.

Best,

Alyssa Shirley Morein
Curatorial Assistant

Richard Ling

I could be wrong but I think I may have seen a 1920 Shriner blanket corresponding datewise with the 1920 Imperial convention in Portland, OR in which the Idea for Shriner Hospitals was put forth, or specifically used as convention swag. I don't remember exactly.

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