LH1697 Odd Fellows Band - Portrait
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- Campbell's Studio, Photographer
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- Black-and-white group photo of the Oshawa Odd Fellows Band; all unidentified.
2nd row, 4th from left is William Evans, who owned and operated Gold Medal Cleaners with his wife, Edith Evans.
- The Odd Fellows in Ontario were established very early on in the history of Upper Canada. A lodge was founded in Oshawa in 1847. The peak of expansion seems to have been in the 1920s when Ontario lodges boasted nearly 62,000 members.
- "Odd Fellows?"
- Date of Original:
- ca. 1940
Width: 24 cm
Height: 19 cm
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