RG3750.AM: Ancient Order of United Workmen (Fairbury, Neb.)
Fairbury, Jefferson County, Neb.: Fraternal organization
Size: 5 volumes
The Ancient Order of United Workmen, State of Nebraska, was organized to unite white male persons regardless of nationality, political preference or denominational distinction, into a Fraternal Brotherhood. The members of which recognize a belief in the existence of a Supreme Being, the Creator and preserver of the Universe. The order's main objective was to embrace and give equal consideration to all classes of labor, mental and physical; to endeavor to improve the moral, intellectual and social conditions of the members. The organization held lectures, read essays, discussed new inventions and improvements, encouraged research in art, science, and literature. The order also provided funds to aid members during sickness or other disability, and in case of death, to pay a stipulated sum to the beneficiary. (Extracted from the constitution of the Grand Lodge, State of Nebraska, 1903.)
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
This collection of the Ancient Order of United Workmen, Fairbury, Nebraska, consists of one box containing five volumes of financial records dating from 1901-1914. The volumes contain the names of members with a record of each payment made by that member.
- 1901-1905 (see oversize)
Ancient Order of United Workmen (Fairbury, Neb.)
Fairbury (Neb.) -- History
Jefferson county (Neb.) -- History
Labor and laboring classes -- Nebraska
Revised 11-09-2007 TMM
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