Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. St. Elizabeth Chapter

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Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. St. Elizabeth Chapter

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1906-[19--]

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This chapter was named after St. Elizabeth (1207-1231), the daughter of the King of Hungary, who devoted her life to helping the poor and needy of Thuringia. The chapter's specific mandate was to support the Sanatorium, which opened at the same time they were founded. They also provided prizes for public schools and in 1958-1959 adopted St. Elizabeth’s School, Algoma Mills, in addition to supporting schools around the world. The chapter's motto was: "The Noblest Motive is the Public Good."

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Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (IODE). Wellington Square Chapter

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Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (IODE). Wellington Square Chapter is the superior of Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. St. Elizabeth Chapter

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