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Daughters of Isis Greet Their Brothers August 19th - August 25th, 1979 Imperial Court, Daughters of Isis, AEAONMS, PH Shriners, worldwide, in New York City, N.Y. This group is headed by Mrs. Anne M. Bolden, imperial commandress from Bloomfield, Conn., and has some 12,000 or more members on its membership rolls. 1937-39-Dt. T. Carter Brown, Medinah #15, St. Louis, Mo.; 1939-42-Dt. Willia J. Britton, Sinai #35, Cincinnati, Ohio; 1942-48-Dt. Beula L. McKay, Alaraf #69, Oklahoma City, Okla.; 1948-66-Dt. Ercella H. Moore, Hadji #62, Buffalo, N.Y.; 1966-68-Dt. Wilhelmina L. Means, Marracci # 32, Detroit, Mich.; 1968-70-Dt. Eliza M. Coleman, Rissah #80, Jackson, Miss.; 1970-72-Dt. Gladys W. Dixon, Jerusalem #1, Baltimore, Md.; 1972-74-Dt. Lucille I. Boyd, Moussa #119, San Antonio, Texas; 1974-76-Dt. Thelma M. Gordon, Abdul #87, Huntington, West Va.; 1976-78-Dt. Anita G. Adams, Mizraim #110, Tuskegee Institute, Ala.; and 1978- -Dt. Anne M. Bolden, Bloomfield, Ct. [[3 images]] 204
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