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Object ID # 2012.032.031
Object Name Sash
Title Loyal Orange Lodge #176 Parade Collar
Lexicon category 3: Personal Artifacts
Date 20th-century
Made Unknown
Place of Origin Unknown
Description Orangeman's fabric neck sash. It is orange on the outside and electric blue on the underside. It is made of machine-stitched cotton, and is printed in black with "L.O.L. No. 176 / Berkeley" on the wearer's left side. It is meant to be pinned at the front, as the ends were originally held together by a metal straight pin.
Provenance Unknown. Dates to the 20th-century.

Belonged to the Berkeley Loyal Orange Lodge No. 176. According to page 222 of "A History of Holland Township", Volume 1, the "hall was built before 1885. The charter for LOL 176 Berkeley was first issued to James Allen on March 3, 1851 in the County of Waterloo. It was incorporated on January 31, 1894 (Registration No. 259) in North Grey.
The warrant (charter) was re-issued to James Gillespie on June 23, 1876. It was eventually declared dormant and the charter was returned in August, 1972."

The Berkeley Orange Lodge members used to march from their hall, down to the station and back each 12th of July.
Collection Organizational/Government Collection
Material Cotton/Thread/Dye/Ink
Found Berkeley, Township of Chatsworth, Grey County
Subjects Fraternal organizations
Loyal Orange Lodges
Search Terms L.O.L. No. 176 (Berkeley)
Loyal Orange Lodges