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The lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Gypsum, after a December 15,1990, late night fire. According to Fire Chief, Dave Vroman, the blaze was traced to a furnace recently installed. First Lutheran Church of Gypsum and Mount of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church of Vail took over ownership of the structure in 1989. Members were remodeling the structure to convert it into a parish hall. "Last week's fire destoyed 88 years of history in downtown...
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The lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Gypsum, after a December 15,1990, late night fire. According to Fire Chief, Dave Vroman, the blaze was traced to a furnace recently installed. First Lutheran Church of Gypsum and Mount of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church of Vail took over ownership of the structure in 1989. Members were remodeling the structure to convert it into a parish hall. "Last week's fire destoyed 88 years of history in downtown...
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I.O.O.F. Picnic, 1937, Basalt, Colorado. Picnic basket, fiddle, accordion and banjo are visible. 1st row: Joseph Cerise, Clement Cerise, Albert Cerise, Eugene Chatrian, Laurie Usel, Jess Bogue, Leo Grange, John Cerise with Alvin and Anita. 2d row: Willis Kissee, Gus Hotz, Stanley Usel, Art Natal, Dorothy and Betty Marie Hubbard, Patsy, Mardelle, Lawrence and Dorothy Lucksinger, Ella Cerise, Eddie Grange, 4 unidentified children, Aleda Cerise, Anna...
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Girls' basketball team, Eagle County High School, 1916-1917. The building at the far right is the Odd Fellows' Hall. At one time, Eagle County High School basketball games were played in the building’s second story. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The Odd Fellows Lodge was built on 2d Street in 1900. "The first story was used for a grocery store. It was run by John Miller and Mac Millan at first. It changed hands many times. Dan Dentor, Mr. Lucker, A. F. Carlson, and Don Lupton were some of the proprietors that had charge of it. It finally was made over into a dance hall which it is now." -- History of Eagle County, 1940, p. 242
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Shared marker for: "Johannbroer, Amanda R., [1st date removed]--19-- ; Anton, 1870--1935," in the McCoy Cemetery. An Odd Fellows 3 link chain is engraved at Anton's name.
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Skiff's Ranch building (behind the Lutheran Church in Gypsum) right after it was finished (1900). A group of people including children and a dog are standing in front of the building. It was used as a hotel, drygoods store, and Oddfellows Hall over the years.
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The Odd Fellows Hall building taken from the yard of the Poor Farm in Gypsum. The Lutheran Church is at the right of the Hall. The cupola on the original building has been removed, a chimney and additional door appear as well (comparing this photo to 2011.006.001). The building has been remodeled to suit the purposes for which it was being used.
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Photo postcard of the Odd Fellow's Hall in Gypsum taken sometime after its construction in 1902. A horse and buggy are tethered at the street. The lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Gypsum, burned after a December 15,1990, late night fire. According to Fire Chief, Dave Vroman, the blaze was traced to a furnace recently installed. First Lutheran Church of Gypsum and Mount of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church of Vail took over ownership...
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Marker for: "Thomas E. Knight, 1886--1960," in Riverview Cemetery. At the top of the marker is engraved a 3-link chain with F, L, T included. ”FLT stands for Friendship, Love, Truth, three degrees associated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem of the Odd Fellows is usually shown as three links of a chain. A number on the stone is...
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Shared marker for: "Matheson, Kenneth "Scotty," Aug. 10, 1890--Dec. 28, 1991; Pearl Evelyn, July 16, 1906--Oct. 16, 1983," Riverview Cemetery. An I.O.O.F. symbol is engraved at upper left; a mother and children symbol is engraved at right. Praying hands are engraved at center. Inscription at bottom reads: "Married 60 loving years, Aug. 5, 1923."
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Marker for: "James A. White, 1884--1962," in Riverview Cemetery. A cross and flowers are engraved on the marker. A cross, flowers and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows chain are engraved on the marker.
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Shared marker for: "Johannbroer, Amanda R., [1st date removed]--19-- ; Anton, 1870--1935," in the McCoy Cemetery. An Odd Fellows 3 link chain is engraved at Anton's name.
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Marker for George Brett, 1885--1901 in the Brett Family Cemetery. An I.O.O.F. insignia is in front of the marker.
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Marker for: "Husband, Gustav E. Nettleblad, Sept. 8, 1886--Sept. 9,1917," Greenwood Cemetery. At the top of the marker is engraved a 3-link chain with F, L, T included. ”FLT stands for Friendship, Love, Truth, three degrees associated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem of the Odd Fellows is usually shown as three links of a chain....
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Marker for B. [Bramblet] R. Willits, 1886-1967, in Fairview Cemetery. Odd Fellow symbol engraved on right corner of marker. "FLT stands for Friendship, Love, Truth, three degrees associated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem of the Odd Fellows is usually shown as three links of a chain. A number on the stone is the local lodge number."--Assn....
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Marker for Cerise family, Mother, Eva J. 1906-1969, Father, Kelley L. 1897-1993, in Fairview Cemetery. There are symbols for the Rebekahs and Oddfellows engraved on the stone, plus flowers with clasped hands.
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Marker for "Mother, Lydia Ann Newkirk 1877--1969," in Fairview Cemetery. Daughters of Rebekah’s R and Dove symbol engraved at bottom of stone; flowers engraved at the top corners of the stone.
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Shared marker for: "Cerise, Father, Mela C., Feb. 14, 1905--Aug. 12, 1972; Mother, Margaret D., Nov. 3, 1913-- ; married Mar. 24, 1932," in Fairview Cemetery. Engraved on the marker are mountains, pine trees, and chains with FLT. ”FLT stands for Friendship, Love, Truth, three degrees associated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows, first organized in the US in 1819, is a popular fraternal/benefit organization. The emblem...
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Marker for Tierney, Wm. 1849-1897, and Ella, his wife 1858-1924, in Fairview Cemetery. There is an I.O.O.F. chain symbol engraved at the top of the marker.