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Dedication of the juvenile building at the Odd Fellows Rebekah Home in Manhattan, Kansas

Dedication of the juvenile building at the Odd Fellows Rebekah Home in Manhattan, Kansas
Creator: Spicer & Bumbarger
Date: October 14, 1914
This panoramic photograph shows the dedication of the juvenile home which was part the Rebekah-Odd Fellows of Kansas. The Rebekahs were the women's organization of the International Order of Odd Fellows. It was located in Manhattan, Kansas in an area known as Eureka Lake, which had formerly been a resort. A home for the elderly was also located on the same site. The home for the elderly was destroyed by fire on November 26, 1916.


Eureka Lake Resort, Manhattan, Kansas

Eureka Lake Resort, Manhattan, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1910
A photograph of Eureka Lake Resort, built by C.P. Dewey in 1899 on an elbow lake of the Kansas River near Manhattan, Kansas. The flood of 1903 destroyed the lake and resort and in 1906 the property and hotel were sold to the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. The hotel was converted into the Rebekah-Odd Fellows Home of Kansas and used to house the elderly. On November 26, 1916, the building was destroyed by fire.


Eureka Lake Resort, Manhattan, Kansas

Eureka Lake Resort, Manhattan, Kansas
Creator: Orr, S. C.
Date: 1903
A photograph of Eureka Lake Resort, built by C. P. Dewey in 1899 on an elbow lake of the Kansas River near Manhattan, Kansas. The flood of 1903 destroyed the lake and resort and in 1906 the property and hotel were sold to the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. The hotel was converted into the Rebekah Odd Fellows Home of Kansas and used to house the elderly. On November 26, 1916, the building was destroyed by fire.


Grand Lodge and Rebekah State Convention at Silkville, Kansas

Grand Lodge and Rebekah State Convention at Silkville, Kansas
Creator: Martin, William H., 1865-1940
Date: October 12, 1893
This photograph shows members of the Grand Lodge and Rebekah State Convention visiting the I.O.O.F. (International Order of Odd Fellows) Orphan's Home at Silkville, Kansas.


Healy Rebekah Lodge, No. 655, performing a street drill, Dighton, Kansas

Healy Rebekah Lodge, No. 655, performing a street drill, Dighton, Kansas
Creator: Kirch, William
Date: April 24, 1925
A photograph of the Healy Rebekah Lodge, No. 655, performing a street drill in Dighton, Kansas.


Rebekah Lodge #669 photograph

Rebekah Lodge #669 photograph
Date: 1938
This is a group photograph of the Rebekah Lodge #669 in Rexford, Thomas County, Kansas. The Rebekah Lodge is a Fraternal Order and service-focused organization, established in 1851. The ladies are not identified individually.


Rebekah lodge, Cimarron, Kansas

Rebekah lodge, Cimarron, Kansas
Date: January 21, 1960
This photograph shows members of the Rebekah Lodge in Cimarron, Kansas.


Rebekahs Lodge members, Alma, Kansas

Rebekahs Lodge members, Alma, Kansas
Date: Between 1905 and 1915
This is a studio portrait of a large group of lodge women from Alma, Kansas. The women have been identified as Mary Kraus, Mrs. Frank Sanders, Irene Bandle, Madge Fridley, Laura Schmidt, Mrs. Sammons, Mary Ketterman, Jessie Berroth, Ida Thowe, Mae Galusha, Frieda Hasenbank, Mary McCrumb, Louise Anderson, Aurora Wertzberger, Alba Sapp, Katie Haller, Carrie Johnson, and Rosa Noller.


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