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Bulletin #29

Title reads: "To All Geni, King and Major Kleagles, Kleagles, Imperial Representatives, and Citizens of the Invisible Empire". First, since bulletin #28 was issued, that the Klan groups known as the British Empire Klan at Toronto, Hamilton, Brantford, both Knights and Ladies, have joined their order going with them in the "right direction"; Two, that men of new Brunswick were in a Province-wide open air demonstration on August 10; Three, that a new record and receipt card for Local use, as well as a code system for robes, has been adopted. Mentions that "secrecy is so vital in our cause that we were forced to this system. Thus we protect our entire membership. Let each Klan emphasize "Secrecy" in each Klavern meeting"; Four, that many still need to buy their official books, and though expensive, will last for eight years; Five, That Article XVI, Section 16 and 18 of the Constitution and Laws must be reread carefully, and that "all members must be notified at once that from this on utmost strictness will, and must be, observed along this line for the sake of our cause and fairness to the faithful members"; Six that the open air ceremonial and demonstration under the leadership of Murney Klan #22 and Nightingale Klan #6, in Kingston Ontario, was a "marvelous success", with approximately fifteen thousand people attending: "Bands, well-drilled horsemen, five fiery Crosses, singing by the thousand of people and patriotic, Protestant addresses, approved by tumultuous applause and good will, marked the day"; and Seven, that they must begin "our permanent program, re the collection of dues". Signed "Knight of the Ku Klux Klan of Kanada, by authority, National Headquarters".

Addressed to "All Genii, Kind and Major Kleagles, Kleagles and Citizens of the Invisible Empire, Knights (and Ladies) of the Ku Klux Klan of Kanada"

Addressed to "my faithful and esteemed Klansmen and Klanswomen". In light of C. Fowler's messages, must now look to the more vital issues at hand. Reads, "…with upturned faces, written over with a deeper trust, with a kindlier eye, and a warmer beat of the heart, realizing as never before that in the Invisible Empire are the forces, the issues and the life that abides forever". Continues to quote Tennyson, "I dreamed that stone by stone I reared a sacred flame, a temple, neither pagoda, mosque, nor church, but a loftier, simpler, always open-doored to every breath from Heaven, and Truth and Peace, and Love and Justice came and dwelt therein". Further quotes "To live as gently as I can,/ To be no matter where --a man;/ To take what comes of good or ill,/ And cling to faith and honor still;/ To do my best and let that stand,/ The record of my brain and hand;/ And then should failure come to me,/ Still work and hope for victory". Wishes Fowler continued success. Also notes that the Imperial Wizard is in poor health, but wishes to show signs of convalescence. Signed the Knights of Ku Klux Klan of Kanada.

Invisible Empire: Knights of the Ku Klux Klan of Kanada correspondence 5

Addressed to a Mr. W.H. Hutchison in Oshawa, ON. "Arrangements have been made for you committee to meet the Executive Committee of the Imperial Kloncilium on Tuesday next, November 10, between the hours of one and two o'clock. I trust that this will be convenient, because you will not only meet Dr. Fowler and myself, but also the other members of the Executive who are deeply interested in the situation at Oshawa, and the general condition throughout Canada". Signed "Yours in the Sacred Unfailing Bond, O. Elliott, Director of Propagation".

Annual Announcement

Cover reads "Annual Announcement 1930-1931" from the Oshawa Collegiate and Vocational Institute, Oshawa Ontario. Inside lists the Board of Education members, the Advisory Vocational Committee members, the Officers of the Board members, the Staff of 1930-1931 including the Principal, Heads of Departments, Assistances, and Librarians. Further in is "The Announcement", which basically summarizes the "value of education" and the "aims of education" according to the board. The booklet continues to list courses available in different departments, the rules and processes regarding examinations, textbooks for all courses, school activities, and recommendations for students at different levels.

Interstate Commerce Law, Part IV

Cover reads "Interstate Commerce Law, Part IV", Your Personal Instructor, a "One of a Series of Personal Instructors and Examinations, Assisting Association Members in the Study and Application of the Doctrines, Principles, and Administration of the Laws regulating Interstate Transportation and Shipping", by the American Commerce Association in Chicago. Inside the cover of the booklet is a blurb that reads "This represents your forth year assignment of study of the "Interstate Commerce Law" and the practical legal-traffic work connected therewith". Further in lists steps to follow for the assignment and mock test questions for each section. At the end of the booklet are brief directions to prepare for the exam paper.

International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French

Cover reads "International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French", Part 12, from the International Textbook Company in Scranton, PA. The number 318 L is on the bottom, and on the cover is written in pencil "W. H. Hutchison, 32 Quebec St, Oshawa Ont". Inside the booklet are "lessons" for practicing French phrases and sentences. In the back are recommended supplies for students for learning more.

International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French

Cover reads "International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French", Part 6, from the International Textbook Company in Scranton, PA. The number 318 F-2 is on the bottom. Inside the booklet are "lessons" for practicing French phrases and sentences. In the back are recommended supplies for students for learning more.

International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French

Cover reads "International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French", Part 4, from the International Textbook Company in Scranton, PA. The number 318 D-2 is on the bottom. Inside the booklet are "lessons" for practicing French phrases and sentences. In the back are recommended supplies for students for learning more.

International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French

Cover reads "International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French", Part 2, Conversational Lessons III-IV from the International Textbook Company in Scranton, PA. The number 318 B-2 is on the bottom. Inside the booklet are "lessons" for practicing French phrases and sentences. The back cover of the booklet appears to be missing.

International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French

Cover reads "International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French", Part 11, from the International Textbook Company in Scranton, PA. The number 318 K is on the bottom. Inside the booklet are "lessons" for practicing French phrases and sentences. In the back are recommended supplies for students for learning more.

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