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Skalar Benevolent Society

Title: Skalar Benevolent Society
Inclusive Dates: 1787(copies) - 2002
ID: RG 1039 
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29"; 1 5"lgl; 2 5"ltr; 1 2.5"ltr; 1 2.5"high; 3 3"oversize
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Organized in New York in 1893 by immigrants from Skala (Skala-Podolskaya), on the Zbruch River, Ukraine as an offshoot from an older group. Used Washington (NJ), Mt. Hebron and Beth David cemeteries.

Constitution states that the Society cannot affiliate with a lodge or synagogue, nor support political or economic issues, without the consent of 2/3 of the membership. Also, First Skala Progressive Ladies organization founded 1918

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