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Lodge Card Admits Visitors

Herald of March 7, 1924

Traveler A.A. Cowan wrote a lengthy letter to home folks from Tampa, Fla., the destination of a two-week journey with companions W.B. Kauffman, D.S. Carper and Josiah Guyer. Explaining in detail the railroads, the land and fruit crops, their highest interest was in the battlefields and historic sights in Tennessee and Georgia. An exception was W.B. Kauffman’s responsibility for the foursome’s admittance to the Atlanta prison. An inquiring guard asked for identification papers from the visitors. The only “piece of paper” to be found was an Odd Fellow’s visiting card belo...

 

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