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The Ceres Union

Title: The Ceres Union
Inclusive Dates: 1858-1973
ID: RG 919
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7'4"; 16 5"lgl;2 2.5"lgl;1 3"ovr
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Founded in 1858 as the Ceres Lodge No. 5, United Order Sons of Moses.  Organized largely by German Jewish immigrants. After 1861 many members enlisted in the 6th Regiment of the National Guard of the State of New York. Three of them became officers.  Established as an independent organization in 1863 and changed its name to the Ceres Union.  Associated with the Yorkville Ceres Club, Ceres Frauen Verein, Ceres Sewing Club, Ceres Council.  Began publication of monthly bulletin, *The Ceres Union* in 1905.  Affiliated with the Ceres Junior League in 1922 and with the Ceres Union Ladies Auxiliary, established 1931.  Dissolved 1973.
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