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By-laws, Old Dominion Lodge, 1924

Fraternal orders, lodges, and other benevolent societies provided illness and death benefits for their members. Such organizations, forerunners of black-owned insurance companies, expressed the view common among African Americans that members of the community should care for each other.

Donated by Virginia Hughes

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