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A participation lapel pin and ribbon celebrating the inauguration of the Maynard chapter of the Elks.
A membership ribbon of the textiel union affiliated with the American Federation of Labor, A. F. of L.
Blue ribbon with pin commemorates a four day conference of the Finish Congregational churches and the Christians Endeavor societies of the New England States. (Finnish groups, L.Y. and K.N. S.C.E - Mission Society and World Youth Society of…
One of Maynard's Finnish athletic clubs.
Souvenir pin commemorating the 300th anniversary of the Finnish & Swedish people arrival in America, 1638 - 1938.
Participation pin of the Joint Celebration, Rhode Island & Connecticut, of the 300th anniversary of Finnish people coming to America.
Participation pin for one of the annual Finnish Summer Festivals.
Pin promoting the War Saving Stamps sold during WW I to pay for the conflict.
The league was formed after some Finns left the socialist party. Their first summer festival, 1940, was held in Fithburg.
Eastern Finnish Music Organization formed to encourage Finnish bands and choruses. Hugo Kajander was the promoter.
Leftist fought against Franco in the Spanish Civil War, including Finns from Maynard, who fought in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade of America.
The letters refer to Idan Suomalainen Raittius Kansan Liitto; Eastern Finnish Temperance People's League.
A promotional pin for the Finnish Steamship Company.
Raising funds pin used during WWII to aid Finland's conflict with Russia.
"Victory for Finland", likely an Olympics. The flag is post 1917 independence from Russia.
The pin commemorates the 300th year of Finns and Swedes arrival in America, 1638-1938. The festival was held in Delaware, attended by Kings and Presidents.
Suomi means Finland, perhaps used at a fund raiser. Not flag of Finland, pre-1917.
Finland Day held at New York's World Fair at Finnish Pavilion.