Section NE-3A 1973 Conclave Issues

Conclave Down to the final few NYS Section conclaves left to post and my checklist of issues from 1973-2012 will be complete. Of course than the 2013 issues will need to be cataloged.

The 1973 Section NE-3A Conclave does not indicate a host lodge or location. Can anyone fill in that information?

I am only aware of two issues for the event, a pocket patch.

Section NE-3A 1973 Conclave Pocket Patch

Section NE-3A 1973 Conclave Pocket Patch

There was also a silk-screened neckerchief:

Section NE-3A 1973 Conclave Neckerchief

Section NE-3A 1973 Conclave Neckerchief

Were there any other issues for this event?

The lodges in Section NE-3 at the time were:

  • Ranachqua Lodge #4
  • Ktemaque Lodge #15
  • Shu-Shu-Gah Lodge #24
  • Half Moon Lodge #28
  • Suanhacky Lodge #49
  • Skanondo Lodge #64
  • Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82
  • Aquehongian Lodge #112
  • Shinnecock Lodge #360
  • Buckskin Lodge #412
  • Nooteeming Lodge #443
  • Munsi Lodge #444
  • Yokahú Lodge #506
  • Arawak Lodge #562

To the best of my knowledge, this was the only issue from that Conclave. If anyone has information on any other issues from this conclave, let me know.

You can find links to other conclaves on my NYS Section Conclave page.

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  1. Rob Higgins says:

    The 1973 NE-3A conclave was held at Camp Alpine, and hosted by the GNY Councils. I don’t know if any of the individual lodges acted as the host lodge.

  2. Kevin Normoyle says:

    The Section 3A conclave in ’73 was the first conclave I attended. I was lodge chief for Munsi 444 in ’74.
    The yellow neckerchief brought back memories. It was printed by members of Munsi 444 at the conclave, as sort of an interactive thing. You can see it matches the style of the silk-screened ’70 conclave neckerchief that was at Camp Bullowa, Munsi 444’s home turf.
    The cotton neckerchiefs were cut from muslin? and dyed yellow before the event, but there was no trim on them or sewn edges. After the event, some folks sewed red edging on them. Without that they looked pretty tattered.
    Yes it was at the Alpine Camp (NJ)
    confirmation on this page: http://www.billcotter.com/onteora/buckskin-lodge/buckskin412-handbook.htm

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