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Ladies' Orange Benevolent Association

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Ladies' Orange Benevolent Association

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1892-

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The Ladies' Orange Benevolent Association was first instituted in British America in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1892. By 1913 there were three L.O.B.A. lodges in Vancouver. The object of the society is to give Protestant women an opportunity to assist the work of the Orange Association.

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