: The printed Constitution of the Good Samaritan Division, No. 23, of the Sons of Temperance. The document includes a Preamble and Articles I through XI. One handwritten page is also included which contains the names of members of Capital Division of Sons of Temperance, along with their hometown and membership status.
The Sons of Temperance was a men's organization founded in 1842 in support of the temperance movement which also offered its members mutual aid in cases of family death or illness. The Capital Division appears to be the chapter for Columbus membership in the organization. View on Ohio Memory.
: MSS142_B08F04_01_01 Subjects
: Temperance--History; Men--Ohio--Societies and clubs; Alcohol; Fraternal organizations Places
: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)