Our purpose is to help preserve the rich and colorful history
of The Order of Knights of Pythias.
To accomplish this, we rely on our brothers, sisters, historians
and Pythian friends to send us
information and web links about past events, former members
and related historical subjects.
Published in The Offical Pythian Lodge
Cincinnati, Ohio - The Pettibone Bros. Manufacturing Co., 626
to 632 Main Street
Cincinnati, Ohio - The Cincinnati Regalia Co., 400 to 406 West
Chicago, Illinois - The E. A. Armstrong Manufacturing Co., 300
Chicago, Illinois - G. F. Foster, Son & Co., 174 Madison
Chicago, Illinois - George Lauterer, 164 to 166 Madison Ave.
Chicago, Illinois - The McIntosh Stereopticon Co., 35 to 37
Columbus, Ohio - The M. C. Lilley & Co.
Detroit, Mich. - Morgan, Puhl & Morris, 41 to 49 Grand River
Grand Rapids, Mich. - The Armstrong-Walcott Regalia Co.
Kalamazoo, Mich. - The Henderson-Ames Co.
New York City. - T. H. McAllister, 49 Nassau St.
New York City. - W. A. Raymold, 99 Fourth Ave.
Philadelphia, PA. - The W. H. Horstman Co., Cherry and Fifth
San Francisco, Cal. - J. M. Litchfield & Co., 12 Post St.
Springfield, Mass. - Young & Hosley. 33 Lyman St.
Note.- the above named firms were licensed to deal in
Knights of Pythias Paraphernalia previous
to the repeal of the law requiring a license in 1898