Transcription: [Top Center] Organizations Fraternal Organizations and Civic Clubs: Odd Fellows, E. Nash Street, Mt. Hebron Masonic Lodge, Pride of Wilson Masonic Lodge, Elks, Knights of Pythias, Book & Garden Club, Mens Civic Club. [Top Left] Brown Chapel Church sponsored Boy Scout Troop 492 (City). [Bottom Left] Booker T. Washington (in the center of the middle row, wearing a flower in his lapel) poses with members of the Wilson Men's Club. This photo was taken on Samuel Vick's front lawn. (courtesy Connie Freeman Banks). [Bottom Center] The Book and Garden Club continues to be a popular civic club or "Tent" for women. (RC) 1. Johnny Boatwright, 2. Eliza Whitfield, 3. Rebecca K. Thomas, 4. Doretha Farmer, 5. Willie Hargrove Smith, 6. Jean Sullivan, 7. Ann Cowan, 8. Anna Johnson, 9. Zimenia Martinez, 10. Doris Rosemond, 11. Mary McPhail, 12. Bertha Carroll, 13. Mary Diggs, 14. Flossie Barnes, 15. Ethel Hines, 16. Norman Darden, 17. Lelia Yancy, 18. Willie Mae Freeman. [Top Right] Shriners, who provide free treatment for crippled children, prepare to distribue gifts at the Wilson Sanitorium in 1960. [Bottom Right] Fraternal Organizations, such as Mt. Hebron Masonic Lodge, continue to be a popular affiliation for men. Shown here are the officers in late 1966. (RC)





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