The Internet Guide to OA Insignia
 
Washington Irving Council
White Plains, NY
Lodge Data
Chartered: 1955
Lodge Totem: Raccoon
Name Translation: Name of a Town in New York 
Changes: 1955: From merger of Tahawus 32 and Apachedotte 246
1973: Merged with Mide 15 to form Ktemaque 15
 

 

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N1a BLU P WHT RED  SSC design similar to F2; Raccoon perched on arrow   
N1b BLU P WHT DRD  lighter screening   
N1c BLU P WHT DRD   DOR details in raccoon   
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