The Internet Guide to OA Insignia
 
South Central Minnesota Area Council
Fairbault, MN
Lodge Data
Chartered: 1939
Lodge Totem: Native American head
Name Translation:  
Changes: 1946: Part absorbed by Blue Ox 26 and part absorbed by Agaming 257
 

 

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YA1a BLK C GRN ROR   legitimate chapter patch from lodge 139   
YA1b BLK C GRN RED      
ZA1 BLK C GRN RED   (XFLIP97ESALES FAKE)   
ZA1?          
ZF1 BLK  DYL BLK  felt fake made by lodge 550   
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