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Anni Daubner, cousin of Anna Rehak Pichler

Anni Daubner, cousin of Anna Rehak Pichler
Date: 1953
A photograph of Anni Daubner, cousin of Ann Rehak Pichler. Anni came from Germany and arrived in Yale, Kansas on November 21, 1951. For several years she worked at Anna Pichler's restaurant, Chicken Annie's Original, in Frontenac, Kansas.


Slovene National Benefit Society, lodge no. 9, Yale, Kansas

Slovene National Benefit Society, lodge no. 9, Yale, Kansas
Creator: Slovene National Benefit Society
Date: August 01, 1908
A Slovene National Benefit Society (Slovenska Narodna Podporna Jednota) lodge charter issued to Bratstvo Naprej (translates to Fraternity Upward), Yale, Kansas. The Society founded in 1904, offered affordable life insurance to Slovenian immigrants. In the late 1880s and early 1900s, many Slovenians came to American to work in the southeast Kansas coal mines. The Slovene National Benefit Society provided immigrants with social, athletic and cultural activities, college scholarships, and community service projects. At one time, there were 15 lodges in southeast Kansas and one in Kansas City, Kansas.


Slovene National Benefit Society, lodge no. 9, Yale, Kansas

Slovene National Benefit Society, lodge no. 9, Yale, Kansas
Creator: Slovene National Benefit Society
Date: August 1, 1907
A Slovene National Benefit Society (Slovenska Narodna Podporna Jednota) lodge charter issued to Bratstvo Naprej (translates to Fraternity Upward), Yale, Kansas. The Society founded in 1904, offered affordable life insurance to Slovenian immigrants. In the late 1880s and early 1900s, many Slovenians came to American to work in the southeast Kansas coal mines. The Slovene National Benefit Society provided immigrants with social, athletic and cultural activities, college scholarships, and community service projects. At one time, there were 15 lodges in southeast Kansas and one in Kansas City, Kansas.


Slovene Progressive Benefit Society, lodge no. 14, Yale, Kansas

Slovene Progressive Benefit Society, lodge no. 14, Yale, Kansas
Creator: Slovene Progressive Benefit Society
Date: November 24, 1924
A Slovene Progressive Benefit Society (Slovenska Suobodomiselna Podporna Zueza) charter issued to Lodge no. 14 in Yale, Kansas. The Society merged with the Slovene National Benefit Society (Slovenska Narodna Podporna Jednota) in 1941. The Society offered affordable life insurance to Slovenian immigrants. In the late 1880s and early 1900s, many Slovenians came to American to work in the southeast Kansas coal mines. The Slovene Progressive Benefit Society provided immigrants with social and cultural activities.


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