Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas. Page: 314 of 1,110
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HISTORY OF DALLAS COUNTY.
an order called the Whitechapel. Collins
had a sort of mysterious and checkered life,
distinguished himself somewhat by writing a
pamphlet in defense of dancing, in answer to
Sam Jones' challenge, and by publishing
other articles, etc.
Ahavath Sholom Lodge, No. 346, I. O. B.
B., was organized January 13, 1884. Present
The Congregation of Emanu-El was organized
September 30, 1875. Membership, 125.
Dallas Lodge, No. 197, I. O. B. B., organized
in November, 1874. Membership, 110.
Emanu-EI, Ladies' Auxiliary Society, organized
1888. Membership, 150.
Hebrew Benevolent Association, organized
in 1871. Membership, 150.
Jacob Frees Lodge, No. 101, order of
Berith Abraham, organized November 27,
1887. Membership 40.
Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Association, organized
1876. Membership, 100.
Ladies' Orthodox Benevolent Association,
organized 1887. Membership, 35.
Lone Star Lodge, No. 97, 1. O. F. S. of I.,
organized August 3,1879. Membership, 53.
Lone Star Lodge, No. 162, 0. K. S. B.
Phoenix Club, organized in 1880; chartered
1882; membership, 83.
Progressive Literary Association, organized
May 8, 1887. Membership, 15.
Cigarmaker's Local Union, No. 262, organized
1882. Membership, 24.
Dallas Lodge, No. 46, Brotherhood of
Painters and Decorators of America, organized
August 13, 1887. Membership, 100.
Dallas Saddle and Harness Makers' Union,
No. 18, organized May 19, 1889. Membership,
Local Union, No. 198, United Brotherhood
of Carpenters and Joiners of America,
organized July, 1886. Membership, 300.
Local Union No. 622, United Brotherhood
of Carpenters and Joiners of America, organized
May 29, 1890. Membership, 120.
Stone Cutters' Association, meets second
and fourth Tuesday nights.
Building Laborers' International Protective
Union, No. 1, Texas (colored), meets every
Carpenters' District Council, meets first
and third Tuesday nights.
Dallas Branch of American Federation of
Labor, meets first and third Sundays of each
Dallas Eight Hour League, meets every
Local Assembly No. 1931, Knights of
Labor, meets every Thursday night.
Local Assembly No. 4,125, Knights of
Labor (colored), meets every Monday night.
The last seven mentioned meet at Labor
Hall, over 396 Elm street.
THE BUCKNER ORPHANS' HOME.
This most noble institution was established
in 1880 by the Rev. R. C. Buckner, D. D.,
and took its name after its founder and promoter.
It was first opened in a rented house
in the city of Dallas, with but three children.
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Lewis Publishing Company. Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas., book, 1892; Chicago, Illinois. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth20932/m1/314/: accessed April 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Public Library.