Shinnecock Lodge #360 Neckerchief Slide

After a brief hiatus, we have another neckerchief slide from a New York Lodge. This one is from Mister OAimages himself, John Pannell. Some of you may not know, but Shinnecock Lodge, was where John was inducted years ago in the dim ages.

Earlier entries in this series, can be found by clicking on the Neckerchief category in the left sidebar.

John has a similar filing system to mine, but he did add the following:

As you can see, it’s handpainted on handcarved wood so I’d expect some significant variations. I have two of them but this was the first one I found in the mess here…

Shinnecock Lodge #360 Neckerchief Slide

As you can see, it depicts the Tern, the Shinnecock Lodge totem.

If anyone has other slides or bolos from a New York State OA Lodge, please send images of them along to share with us.

Table of contents for Neckerchief Slides

  1. Ranachqua Lodge #4 Neckerchief Slide
  2. Ktemaque Lodge #15 Neckerchief Slide
  3. Chappegat Lodge #15 Neckerchief Slide 25th Anniversary
  4. Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 Neckerchief Slide 45th Anniversary
  5. Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 Neckerchief Slide
  6. Buckskin Lodge #412 Neckerchief Slide L5
  7. Nacha Nimat Ldoge #86 Neckerchief Slide
  8. Ho De No Sau Nee Lodge #159 Neckerchief Slide
  9. Adirondack Lodge #357 Neckerchief Slide
  10. Kamargo Lodge #294 Neckerchief Slide
  11. Wakanda Lodge #186 Arrowree 1961 Neckerchief Slide
  12. Amo’Chk’ Lodge #339 Flap-Shaped Neckerchief Slide
  13. Buckskin Lodge #412 Neckerchief Slide
  14. Buckskin Lodge #412 Plaster Neckerchief Slide
  15. Thayendanegea Lodge #418 Neckerchief Slide
  16. Shinnecock Lodge #360 Neckerchief Slide
  17. Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 Eluwak Chapter Bolo Tie
  18. Thay-En-Da-Ne-Gea #418 Metal Neckerchief Slide
  19. Grey Owl Neckerchief Slides
  20. Thay-En-Da-Ne-Gea #418 Area 2-D Conclave Slides
  21. Nischa-Nimat Lodge #181 Neckerchief Slide
  22. Grey Owl Neckerchief Slides – Update
  23. A Look Back – Adirondack Lodge #357 Neckerchief Slide
  24. Ranachqua Lodge #4 Neckerchief Slide – 2
  25. Discovery – Ranachqua Lodge #4 1955 Conclave
  26. Ranachqua Lodge #4 Birchbark Neckerchief Slide
  27. Half Moon Lodge #28 Bolo Slide
  28. What item in your collection means the most to you?
  29. AH Wa Ge Lodge #477 Neal Slide
  30. Area 2-D 1967 Conclave Neckerchief Slide
  31. Discovery – Buckskin Lodge L6
  32. Munsi Lodge #444 Neckerchief Slide
  33. Suanhacky Lodge #49 1958 Neckerchief Slide
  34. Sisilija Lodge #19 Neal Slide
  35. Update – Sislija Lodge #19 Neal Slide
  36. Mide Lodge #15 Hanigus Chapter L1
  37. Early Area 3A Neckerchief Slides
  38. Sisilija Lodge #19 Neal Slide
  39. Sisilija Lodge #19 Neckerchief Slide
  40. Gajuka Lodge #477 Neckerchief slide
  41. Tuscarora Lodge # 284 Neckerchief Slide
  42. Onteroraus Lodge #402 Neckerchief Slide
  43. Kamargo Lodge #294 Slide Farm Neckerchief Slide
  44. Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82 Neckerchief Slide
  45. Another Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82 Neckerchief Slide
  46. Manatoanna Lodge #461 L1 Slide/Bolo
  47. Ranacahqua Lodge #4 Neckerchief Slide #3
  48. Aquehongian Lodge #112 Wooden Neckerchief Slide
  49. Kamargo Lodge #294 Neckerchief Slides
  50. Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 Totem Slide
  51. Order of the Arrow Neckerchief Slides
  52. Discovery – Mohawk Lodge #267 Neckerchief Slide L1
  53. Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82 1959 Summer Banquet Slide eNS1959
  54. Look Back – Suanhacky Lodge #49 1958 Neckerchief Slide
  55. Discovery – Suanhacky Lodge #49 eL1959
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2 Comments

  1. Ray Gould says:

    Very interesting-
    If you can confirrm the manufacturer of this slide (Roland Flora?), I am certain the #294 slides were of the same manufacturer. It appears to have the same style leather loop on back for attaching to the neckerchief and (I believe) a groove in the back of the slide for placement of the arrow. Your insight?
    -Ray

  2. John Pannell says:

    I was inducted in 360 in 1979. After I graduated from high school in 1982 I had no further involvment there. So I’m not that much help on the specifics of who/where this was made.

    It was my impression they were hand carved by someone “connected” to the lodge, but that could have easily been Roland Flora. It was not at all uncommon for Suffolk County Council troops to go to TMR, so folks there could have been acquainted with Flora. It seems logical.

    Yes, the arrow is mounted within a groove.

    I had no difficulty getting the piece then, so I wouldn’t have expected it to be obscure. Perhaps there’s a Shinnecock brother here who knows more about this?

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