[IOOF trophy with names of lodges in southwest Washington]

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Catalog ID Number: 1998.22.134

Object Type: trophy

Full Description:
Trophy made by the Barbour Silver Co., 1908 and used by the lodges of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in southwest Washington State, including the cities of Hoquiam, Aberdeen, Oakville, Olympia, and Elma. Trophy made of metal, quadruple plated. It has a round bowl with handles extending straight out from rim and curving down to stop at bottom of tapering stem that finishes in a small raised round base on a larger round raised base with ribbed edge. Ribs also found on outer edge of handles.

Height 9 in
Length 9 in Note: width, including handles
Diameter 6 in Note: diameter at widest area of bowl

Creation Date: 1908

Related Subjects: Grand Lodge of Washington, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Elma, WA, personal symbol, Status Symbols, Hoquiam, WA, Oakville, WA, Cosmopolis, WA, Aberdeen, WA, Olympia, WA