Tain Museum Image Library

Oddfellows Parade
Tain Museum Image Library
Oddfellows Parade

This Photo was taken by William Smith c1891. It shows members of the St Duthus Lodge (No. 1100) of Oddfellows, a society similar to the Freemasons, on parade. The Oddfellows Hall in Upper King Street was used up until the 1960's when it became a medical centre. It was unfortunately demolished a few years ago to make way for luxury flats.
Picture added on 16 March 2004
my father who died in the seventies was a member and I have the sash and wonered if anyone was interested in it
Added by June MacKay on 05 February 2013
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