Fonds 2005.4 - Court Princess Mary No. L2 Canadian Order of Lady Foresters Collection

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Court Princess Mary No. L2 Canadian Order of Lady Foresters Collection

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CA DHM 2005.4

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  • 1925-1985; Predominantly 1952-1985 (Creation)
    Court Princess Mary No. L2 Canadian Order of Lady Foresters

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30 cm textual documents - 3 framed certificates - eupherma

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The Canadian Order of Foresters came to Canada in 1881 as a benefit society that provided insurance benefits to its members and supported the local communities. The Court Princess Mary No. L2 Canadian Order of Lady Foresters established in Brandon, Manitoba in 1925, raised funds to support cancer research and Ronald McDonald House. The Court Princess Mary No. L2 disbanded in 1985.

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Collection was acquired by the Daly House Museum in 2005 from Connie Opper, former Forester member.

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Fonds consists of the administrative records of the Court Princes Mary No. L2. Fonds includes charters, minute books, roll books, membership lists, and ledger books. Other materials in the fonds include badges of office, ritual books, ballot box and hymnal.

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Accession Number 2005.4.1to 32

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