Clark County, Ohio

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Springfield in 1859

From Springfield & Urbana Directory, C. S. Williams, 1859


BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS

MASONIC
MASONIC HALL, WEST SIDE mARKET BETWEEN MAIN AND HIGH.

Clark Lodge, No. 101.— Organized ——. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each Month.

Springfield Chapter, No. 48.—Organized 1851. Meets third Monday in each month.

Springfield Council No. 17.—Organized ——. Meets second Monday in each month.


ODD FELLOWS:
ODD FELLOWS' HALL, WEST SIDE MARKET BETWEEN MAIN & HIGH.

Springfield Lodge, No. 33.— Organized 1844. Meets every Thurday [sic] evening.

Ephraim Lodge, No. 146.—Organized 1850. Meets every Friday evening.


GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
HALL, SOUTH SIDE MAIN NEAR CENTER

Organized February, 1851. Meets first Monday in each month.


FRIENDLY SONS OF ST. PATRICK.
HALL, SOUTH SIDE HIGH OPPOSITE SPRING.

Organized September, 1858. Meets first Monday in each month.


TEMPERANCE

Good Templars.— Organized ——. Meets every Monday evening in Hall east side Limestone between Main and High





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