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Masonic and Odd Fellows' Journal, Lexington, KY

In 1876, a title received in the newspaper exchange at the Pacific Appeal was an issue of the Masonic and Odd Fellows' Journal published by colored men in Lexington, KY. The paper was published under the support of the American Citizen Printing Company. It is not known how long the newspaper existed. The newspaper was the organ of the Independent Grand Lodge of Masons in Kentucky, and the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows in Kentucky. For more see "New Masonic and Odd Fellows' Paper," The Pacific Appeal, 02/26/1876, p.2.

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