Fonds - Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire fonds

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Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire fonds

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  • 1962-1985, 1992 (Creation)
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    Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire, Father Lacombe Chapter
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    St. Albert

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57 cm of textual and graphic records

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(1963-1985)

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The first chapter of the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire was formed in 1900 by Mrs. Clark Murray of Montreal. The objects of the women's order included promoting education and patriotism, caring for the relatives of wounded or killed Canadian soldiers, and helping to provide for the relief of citizens in distress or poverty.

The St. Albert Father Lacombe Chapter of the I.O.D.E. was formed on February 6, 1963. The chapter fundraised for the local library, sponsored babysitting courses, and sponsored a local scouts group.

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Fonds contains textual and graphic material relating to the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire. Fonds includes correspondence, minutes, membership information, project and event information, financial information, photographs, newspaper clippings and reproductions of the charter.

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1992.29

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