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Order of the Sons of Temperance, Fairfield Cricket Club Premiers, 1938-39Order of the Sons of Temperance, North Melbourne Division, [1916]Order of the Sons of Temperance, champion tug of war team [1916]Certificate, R J Truasheim, Rose of Fernvale Lodge, G.U.O.O.F., 1909Masonic print "Light and Truth"United Ancient Order of Druids, Lady Maud Lodge, 1933Order of the Sons of Temperance, Williamstown section [1916]Order of the the Sons of Temperance, Royal Star Section, 1916[Grand United Order of Oddfellows], photograph of society membersMUIOOF conference parade, MelbourneBen Tillett laying the foundation stone at Trades Hall, Broken Hill, NSW, 1898Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Blackheath Lodge No. 75, A G Ford, 1902Ancient Order of United Workmen, blank certificateCertificate, J W Sayers, Independent Order of Foresters, 1897Print, The Three Objects of the Theosophical Society, 1943Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Loyal Ballarat Lodge, Harry Ainsley, 1914Ancient Order of Druids and horse drawn floatArchitectural sketch by Edwin Summerhayes, Ancient Order of Foresters building, Perth, [1920s]Certificate, Ancient Order of Foresters, 1908Certificate, John Bultitude, Freemasons Benevolent Institution, 1950Sister Dolly WindsorDistrict Meeting at DubboMembers of the Irish National Foresters Catholic Benefit Society, [1938-39]Independent Order of Rechabites on tourIndependent Order of Rechabites, NSW, 1920's - 1930'sLoyal Orange Lodge celebrations at Melita, Canada, 1914


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