Miscellaneous & Mystery Orders  

FIRST ROW (Left to Right)

NATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF BOILERMAKERS (?)

UNKNOWN

ORDER OF WASHINGTON

UNKNOWN

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY DAMES  (a fraternal organization for wives of university students.  It is presumed no longer to exist.)

UNKNOWN

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS

SECOND ROW

MYSTIC WORKERS OF THE WORLD

UNKNOWN

PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE

DAMES OF MALTA

UNKNOWN

ICO OF HOO HOO

UNITED MINE WORKERS

THIRD ROW

UNKNOWN

UNKNOWN

Order of The Fraternal Brotherhood

UNKNOWN

COTERIE

UNKNOWN

UNKNOWN

FOURTH ROW

Originally German Beneficial Union and then later Greater Beneficial Union

UNKNOWN

Originally, "The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees," then about 1905, "The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and Motion Picture Machine Operators."  Now: "The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, Its Territories and Canada, AFL-CIO, CLC"

ORDER OF INDEPENDENT AMERICANS

UNKNOWN

BROTHERHOOD OF BLACKSMITHS AND HELPERS

UNKNOWN

FIFTH ROW

ORDER OF THE GARTER - Reproduction

BRICKLAYERS, MASONS AND PLASTERERS INTERNATIONAL UNION OF AMERICA

SLOVENE NATIONAL BENEFIT SOCIETY

UNKNOWN

CAMPFIRE GIRLS (ADULT LEADER)

IMPERIAL ORDER DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE

SIXTH ROW

DAUGHTERS OF SCOTIA (SCOTLAND)

UNKNOWN

MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA ?

PATRIOTIC ORDER OF AMERICA

 

TOP ROW

UNITED ORDER OF PILGRIM FATHERS

SONS OF ENGLAND

DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE/INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF TWELVE

BOTTOM ROW

OLD KNIGHT TEMPLAR OFFICER JEWEL - PRELATE

ARTISANS ORDER OF MUTUAL PROTECTION

OLD KNIGHT TEMPLAR OFFICER JEWEL - SENIOR WARDEN

FIRST ROW

UNKNOWN

IOM - INDEPENDENT ORDER OF MECHANICS

UORM PAST POWHATAN (SPLINTER GROUP OF RED MEN?)

SECOND ROW

FRATERNAL ORDER OF ORIOLES

COURT OF HONOR

THIRD ROW

Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment of the British Army

UNKNOWN CANADIAN

Here's one that is still unidentified!!!

This large ribbon measures nearly four by ten inches.  It was made by W. H. Haskell of St. Louis.  The snake and word “executive” is done in gold bullion thread on a background of dark purple velvet.  The owl appears to be silver with garnet eyes.  The ribbon is decorated with more than seventy rhinestones.  Estimated age is over one hundred years.  It has a single vertical pin with no catch.  Any information on this piece would be appreciated.

 

         

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