Endowment certificate issued by the Arkansas Jurisdiction, International Order of Twelve Knights and Daughters of Tabor, a partly printed document certifying payment by Rhoda Dumas of Magnolia, Arkansas, 29 January 1919, to entitle her children to the order's benefits upon her death. Signed with stamps by S.A. Jordan, Chief Grand Mentor, and G.H. Evans, Endowment Secretary.

Little Rock, AR: Arkansas Jurisdiction of the Order (Designed by G.H. Evans; Democrat P. & L. Co., Little Rock), 1918. Partly printed broadsheet, 13 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches, recto printed green and with seal affixed, verso printing "Endowment Laws" and a death certificate to be filled out upon the demise of the holder so that benefits (up to $300) might be paid (this example undocketed). The International Order of Twelve Knights and Daughters of Tabor was founded in 1846 as an anti-slavery society and reorganized in 1872 as an African-American fraternal organization in Independence, Missouri. Very good. Folded as for filing. (8653). Item #61588

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