TAVLAN SOM INTE FANNS
Lars Åshammar
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"Sailing thu the English Channell sailing to
America we see the lands ende the most
westerly point of England. Open that Whegi
Promatory stand the two revolving leghtes as
a gaid for ships on the ocean that is going to
or coming over the sea, et is a joy to the
seafaring in a dark and gloomy night. An
hundred years ago there was no steamship
but sailing ship. Thomas Wildey a native of
England secured passage on a sailing ship
arriving in Baltimore the 2nd of September
1817 the 13th of April 1819 the 5 persons,
Thomas Wildey, John Welch, John Duncan,
John Cheatham, Richard Rushworth, the
satisfyed themselves that each was and Odd
Fellow the organiz a lodg on April 20 1819.
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The meeting held on April 13 was real the
beginning of Odd Fellowship in America. Although
the Frail Craft was not formally launch until April
26 1819 when at a Tavern known as the Seven
Starr kept by an William Lupton the 5 English
mechnics organezth the first Lodge of Odd Fellows
in America, Thomas Wildey, Nobelgrand an John
Welch Visgrand the five members that begen Odd
Fellowship have now increst in number to two
million and an hundred thousand. The first Odd
Fellow Lodge in Baltimore with Thomas Wildey
Nobelgrand. Little dead think that theire name
should be written and so widely distribute and a
monument ereted to there memory and that the
organizesen of a Odd Fellowship as excepted in all
civilized nation for et teach that wi / Fading not
when life has perishd / loving still beyond the
tomb."
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A rectangular, horizontal formatalmost square picture (32 1/2 x 37
1/2 inches) of a ship- named
DREDENOT, flying the British flag,
passing a spit of land- Lands End,
England. Affixed to the bottom of
the canvas is a board, upon which
is mounted 4 sheets of yellowed
paper (the legend/history of the
Odd Fellows), and on the left are 5
carved wooden figures (the
American founders of the Odd
Fellows). The ship carried Thomas
Wildey, the first Odd Fellow, to
America. Arriving in Baltimore on
Sept. 2, 1817. At the right of the
board is a small painted model of
a building (Seven Stars Tavern).
Oil on canvas, with figurines of
wood.
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Material:
Carved
Oil on Canvas
Painted
Unidentified Paper
canvas
carving (processes)
oil paint (pigmented
coating)
painting (coating)
paper (fiber product)
wood (plant material)
Object type:
8: Communication
Artifact; Art
Descriptive terms:
Carved
Commemorative
Flag
Founder(s)
Oil on Canvas
Painted
Picture
Ship
Tavern
Unidentified Paper
Wood
canvas
carving (processes)
commemoratives
flags
founders (originators)
marines (visual works)
oil paint (pigmented
coating)
painting (coating)
paintings (visual works)
paper (fiber product)
ships
taverns
wood (plant material)
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Associated places:
Cogswell's Grant (Essex,
Mass.)
Seven Stars Tavern
Silvermine Tavern
People and organizations:
Dredenot
Mr. John Cheatham
Mr. John Duncan
Mr. John Welch
Mr. Richard Rushworth
Mr. Thomas Wildey
Odd Fellows
Seven Stars Tavern
Dimensions:
32 1/2 x 37 1/2 x 2 5/8
(HxWxD) (inches)
Accession Number:
1991.1347
Credit Line:
Gift of Bertram K. and Nina
Fletcher Little
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http://www.historicnewengland.org
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Jag tackar för uppmärksamheten!
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