Ancient Order of Osiris
In the history, objects, and aims of this modern American Order, published in 1887, no mention is made of its headquarters. It is governed by a Supreme Tribunal, and deals in Lesser and Greater Mysteries, all of which are declared to have been instituted in virtue, with the noblest objects in view. Its watchwords are Truth, Justice, and Equity, and it seeks to clothe the naked, feed the hungry, educate the orphan, and "to know each other and ourselves."
Source: The Cyclopaedia of Fraternities, Albert C. Stevens, 1907.
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