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0236
Aplin, Charles

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0001    Las Vegas State Aerie Convention, 1935. Fallon Drill Team in front.
0002    Fraternal Order, Eagles’ State headquarters, Lovelock, NV—1934.
0003    Las Vegas delegation to Lovelock – “This was the last time the men went ‘alone’ “—1934.
0004    “Nevada State Aerie Convention here in Las Vegas – 1935 – We took a tour of Boulder Dam under construction in big transport trucks.This was a model of the Dam.”
0005    Fraternal Order of Eagles Convention in Las Vegas, NV. January 24, 1937.
0006    Eagles Convention group at Boulder Dam during its construction in 1935.
0007    Fallon state Aerie Convention -- 1937.
0008    F.O.E. #1213 Grant C. Robinson Class, April 28, 1936, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Grant C. Robinson was second from left.)0009    Hilda and Charles Aplin in Fallon, 1937. Charles was President of the Eagles Aerie #1213 (1937-1938) and Hilda was President of the Auxiliary (1937-1938). “what a team. We had a ‘drill team’. The men had a drum corps. “ (hand-written ins. –Hilda Aplin.)
0010    Parts of the drum corps, Eagles Aerie #1213, Las Vegas, Nevada. Charles Aplin, far right. (ca.1938).
0011    Helldorado “Drum Corps” Eagles – 1938. (C. Aplin is back row, third from right.)
0012    Fraternal Order of the Eagles in the parade (Helldorado) in Las Vegas, NV.     Feb 21,1932.
0013    Elks (Helldorado). On the rampage. Las Vegas, Nev., Feb 21,1932.
0014    Fallon State Aerie Convention—1938. Show is the Auxiliary Drill Team & Officers of Aerie #1213.
0015    Fallon – 1938 -- Eagles Aerie #1213, L.V., Nevada. Charles Aplin, far right.
0016    Eagles Aerie 1213 Auxiliary in Fallon, 1938. Hilda Aplin, President of the Auxiliary, is forth from the right, second row.
0017    Armistice Day Parade, Eagles’ Drum Corps. Nov. 11, 1938. Charles Aplin is the second row from the top, fifth from the right.
0018    Eagles drum corps on their way east for the Chicago convention of the organization. 1939. Charles Aplin is fifth from the left.(oversize)
0019    Eagle drum corps on their way east for the Chicago convention of the organization, ca. 1939.
0020    Fraternal Order of Eagles, #1213, Las Vegas, Nevada at eh Eagles National Convention, Chicago, Illinois – 1940.
0021    Labor Day Parade, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1940.
0022    Conrad H. Mann. Jan. 17, 1938. (oversize)
0023    Downtown Las Vegas, Sep. 11, 1930.
0024    Helldorado Parade, 1946. Charles Aplin helped to build third float.
0025    Grand worthy president’s visit to Reno Aerie #207 – February, 1941.
0026    “Boy Scout ‘executives’ in session.” (handwritten inscription – Hilda Aplin.) (Charles Aplin is seated, second from left, hands clasped on knee.)
0027    Fraternal Order of Eagles convention, Reno, ca. late 1930’s.
0028    Charles Aplin, front row, center.
0029    Yerington Convention 1958. Charles Aplin is no right.
0030    Southern Nevada Eagles lodges honor state President Charles W. Aplin of Las Vegas. (Aplin seated in front of group). (ca. late 1953’s).
0031    Eagles meeting. Charles Aplin at far right, back row. [ca. late 1940’s]
0032    P.O. Silvagni is shown receiving his deed for the lot on North Second Street which he purchased at an auction in the spring of 1948. The lot is the site of the old fire station and jail. The interested spectators are some of the old timers who attended the first auction of town lot in 1905. Left to right: Chief of Police George Thompson, Fred Pine, Charles Aplin, C.W. “Pop” Squires, Ed Von Tobel, Sr., Silvagni, Walter R. Bracken, and Sheriff Glen Jones.
0033    Eagles group. (Charles Aplin is back row, second from right.)
0034    Members of the eagles. (C. Aplin is not pictured here.)
0035    Banquet in Henderson, Nevada, to organize new Eagles lodge. Charles Aplin, organizer, is seated at far right (see x). 1947.
0036    Old Timers being honored at meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, May 6, 1947. Grouped around the centerpiece depicting a covered wagon drawn by oxen are, left to right: Bob Hall, Mrs. Mrs. Anna Lake Beardon, Mr. Alice Lake Gifford, Mrs. Minnie Westlake, Otto Westlake, Mrs. Charles Aplin, Charles Aplin, Pearl Laravey, Payne, Mr. Bob Hall, Fred Pine, Mrs. Fred Pine, Mrs. Anna Kramer and Mrs. Emily Ball.
0037    Angelo Manzi pins Eagles’ award on Frank Crookston during ceremony. c.late’40s.
0038    [Social gathering of the Eagles lodge which C. Aplin belonged to. c.late’40s.
0039    Eagles Award Ceremony (c. early 1950’s). L-R: Tom McCullough, Charles Aplin, Lonie Loudin, Gus Blad.
0040    Howard H. Griswold, past Grad Noble of the Las Vegas Odd fellow Artesia Lodge No. 43, is shown receiving the Nevada Membership trophy from C.W. Aplin, district deputy. (1949)
0041    International Order of Odd fellows. Charles Aplin is second from the left, bottom row. Ca late 1940’s.
0042    “I think this was Bob Hansen’s visit to Carson City” – handwritten insc. By Hilda Aplin. (Charles Aplin is back row, left)
0043    Nevada State Eagles’ President Charles Aplin (center) accepts keys to the city from Reno Mayor Eagle Russell Mills as Eagle Peter Cimino watches. [ca. early 1960’s]
0044    Officers of Las Vegas Eagles Lodge 1213 in the 62nd birthday of the local organization, ca. 1967. From Left, front row, are Cliff Freemyer, conductor; Chester Cobain, chaplain’ Charles Norris, guardian’ Neil Cleeg, Vice president’ Sam Griffin, past president’ Charles Stankus, guardian. Standing are: Charles Aplin, president; Gus Blad, secretary’ Jerry Berry; Oran Gragson; Elmer Gettz, treasurer; Chuck Ruliffson, trustee; and Harold Miller, trustee.
0045    Unidentified gathering. Charles Aplin is second from right. [ca. early 1960’s]
0046    Charles Aplin (left) at Eagles award ceremony. [ca. 1960’s] In his capacity as Nevada State President, Aplin presents trophy to Worthy President Charles Stevens of the Yerington, Nevada, Aerie.
0047    Town Crier Bell was presented to Carson Aerie, F.O.E on behalf of the grand aerie which designates Carson as a “Bell Ringer” aerie. Charles Payne of Tracy, (second from left), chaplain of California aerie, presents award to Albin Hedlund, president of California aerie, on occasion of official visit of Nevada State Aerie President Charles W. Aplin, right. Left is Oliver F. Pratt, of Carson, secretary of both state and Carson aeries. [ca. late 1950’s]
0048    Breaking the ground fro a new aerie home are the Las Vegas, Nev. Eagles. State President Charles Aplin is Kneeling in front of sign, second from the right. June, 1958.
0049    Robert Ball, pioneer Las Vegas resident, is shown as he received his 25 year pin from the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Charles Aplin, Left, state chaplain of the organization, watches as A. G. Blad, secretary of the lodge, gives Ball his pin. April 1956.
0050    Officers of the I.O.O.F. Charles Aplin at left. [c.1961]
0051    A net Gain Banner was presented to Henderson, Nev., Aerie by past State president C.W. Aplin. Pictured receiving plaques are (from left) Harold Miller; Charles Ruliffson; Norm Semmler; Clarence Giesenhauser; Mayor Oran Gragson; Jerry Berry, president of Las Vegas, Nev., Aerie; past State President C.W. Aplin . 1959.
0052    Meeting of the Eagles. (Charles Aplin has his back to the photographer) [ca. early 1960’s]
0053    Another Eagles’ get-together. [ca. early 1960’s]
0054    Meeting of the Eagles Lodge Yerington, Nevada. [ca. early 1960’s]
0055    Several members of the Eagles Lodge in Yerington, Nevada, with Charles Aplin of Las Vegas. (third from right) [ca. early 1960’s]
0056    Eagles Lodge Yerington, Nevada. [ca. early 1960’s]
0057    Eagles meeting -- Yerington, Nevada. [ca. early 1960’s]
0058    Las Vegas and Henderson joint Eagles installation ceremony. [June1962] women pictured are members of the Eagle’s Ladies Auxiliary Drill Team. Charles Aplin (6th from left) was the installing officer.
0059    Charles Aplin, seated third from right. [ca. early 1960’s – possible an Eagles’ dinner-dance]]
0060    Charles W. Aplin. (as a toddler) Portrait.
0061    Roundhouse and shops (railroad) -- Las Vegas, Nevada. Locomotive right of powerhouse.
0062    (Neg. ONLY) 4th Street side of Fifth Street School, Las Vegas, Nevada. Pictured are Charles Aplin’ sisters.



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