Posts belonging to Category Ty-Ohni #95



Look Back – Oldest Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 Neckerchief?

In honor of the Seneca Waterways Council Historical Society TOR, here is a post from eight years ago.

Rob Cunningham shares another interesting find from Ty-Ohni Lodge #95.  The question becomes is it an official issue?  If so, it would likely be listed as the N0.5.

As Rob tells it…

2 more interesting items were donated to the council historical society- one more 1952 NOAC adviser neckerchief (we thought only 3 existed but now a fourth has surfaced) and another one of the red and white neckerchiefs with the crude Ty-Ohni embroidery which we previously had thought was a one-of-a-kind item.  To date it is the earliest Neckerchief with “Ty-Ohni” on it aside from issues with patches.  Each time we acquired one of these neckerchiefs they came together so they are likely both from the same time period.

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 N0.5?

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 N0.5?

Anyone have more information on this neckerchief or one for trade or sale?



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Look Back – Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 1977 NOAC Delegate Neckerchief N8.7

Eight years ago in September 2008, we were posting about a previously unlisted NOAC Neckerchief from Ty-Ohni Lodge #95.

Mike Knittel shares the image and the following information. Each contingent member was given several of the red bordered neckerchiefs to trade, however there was a gold bordered version which was given one per contingent member to wear at the event.

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 1977 NOAC Delegate Neckerchief

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 1977 NOAC Delegate Neckerchief?



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State of the Hobby – Ty-Ohni Lodge “96” Wolf Neckerchief Error N1

A recent error neckerchief appeared on eBay for the 25th Anniversary of Ty Ohni Lodge #95, their N1. This initial version was misnumbered Lodge #96 rather than #95. There were two corrected varieties produced the N2a and 2b.

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Clicking on the image will bring you to the auction results for the next few weeks.

There were 4 unique bidders, but two of them knew how scarce this error neckercheif is, both were in at over $ 175.00 until the final bid of $ 177.50 when the hammer came down.



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Look Back – Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 ZF1 Elangomat Flap

In honor of the Seneca Waterways TOR which occurred earlier today, we take a look back at a post from April 2007 on the Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 ZF1 Elangomat Flap.

According to Rob’s message, this was amongst several items returned to the lodge which had been missing.

It turns out, that rather than a painted design,  the patch was hand-embroidered that would change the description to: ZF1 RED C WHT DGR ELG; crude hand-embroidery on canvas.

The image is used with the permission of The Internet Guide to Order of the Arrow Insignia .

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 ZF1 Elangomat Flap

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Look Back – Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 Final Issues eR2010

Four years ago we were posting about the merger of Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 and Ganeodiyo Lodge #417. Here is one of the final event issues from Ty-Ohni Lodge which was issued for their Final Banquest.

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 Final Banquet eR2010

The design pays tribute to their C1, probably the toughest issue from the Lodge.

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Look Back – Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 1977 NOAC Delegate Neckerchief N8.7

Five years ago we were taliking about a previously uncatalogued 1977 NOAC neckerchief from Ty-Ohni Lodge #95.

Now another version has appeared. Mike Knittel shares the image and the following information. Each contingent member was given several of the red bordered neckerchiefs to trade, however there was a gold bordered version which was given one per contingent member to wear at the event.

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 1977 NOAC Delegate Neckerchief

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 1977 NOAC Delegate Neckerchief?

Anyone have any further information? Or one for trade or sale?
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Massawepie Whatsit?

Rob Mathis sent along an image from Massawepie Scout Camps which as you can see below, contained 3 W’s. He asked if it was related to Ty-ohni Lodge? I sent out a few request for information, and Bill Boyle responded.

The Ws are supposed to be tufts of swamp grass. Someone couldn’t draw. Not related to the Lodge at all. It was the 1973 Voyageur camp patch.

So not an OA issue.

1973 Massewepie Scout Camps Voyageur

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