ASSORTED FRATERNAL, POLITICAL, AND OTHER SOUVENIRS AND PINS, LOT OF 22, including Pan-American Exposition 1901 Indian Head cent "I am never broke" souvenir; a celluloid fan from Proctor's Theatre, 23rd St., New York City, commemorating the 150th performance of DeMille and Belasco's play "Men and Women," by Charles Frohman's Co.; a Knights Templar pin from the 28th Triennial Conclave, Louisville, KY, 1901; a World's Columbian Exposition Treasury Department / U.S. Mint Exhibit "U.S. Gov't Building" 1893 souvenir coin; a "Remember the Maine" pin with 1894 and 1896 patent dates; and a Alexandria, VA, "Sesqui Centennial 1749-1899" (sic) pin. Also includes Shriners and Elks Lodge articles. Fourth quarter 19th/first quarter 20th century. Various sizes. Provenance: From the estate of Orlean R. Holsinger, Staunton, VA.
Very good condition overall; celluloid fan intact, but several blades separating from backing; some brass pins with minor breaks or bends.