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The Rarest OA Issue In All of North Carolina

Blue Book Issue: Tali Taktaki C1

I am not sure when the first of these was presented, definitely prior to the '37 Jamborees. I do know lodge officers and the Degree Team were issued one each at the Friday night Court of Honor at the Guilford County Courthouse. The Degree Team Traveled around North Carolina, Fla. and Ga. to help initiate several lodges.  Greensboro, North Carolina Order of Arrow Lodge was originally named Greystone Lodge number 58, according to original documents. This is one of the rarest of all OA Insignia.

George C Gibbs, Lodge Chief 1938 Lodge 70, holding 70 C1, Sweater Monogram!

George C Gibbs, Lodge Chief 1938 Lodge 70, holding 70 C1, Sweater Monogram!

Tali Taktaki C1 100x120mm "O" crossed by a 170mm Arrow pointing upward to the right; On WHT base material;

Tali Taktaki C1 100x120mm "O" crossed by a 170mm Arrow pointing upward to the right; On WHT base material;

rear view of sweater monogram

rear view of sweater monogram

Contributed by Wayne Farrar of Hammerstone Scout Museum
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