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Traffic safety
Alternative Title
Valley Times Photo Collection;
Young, Steve
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Made accessible through a grant from the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation and Photo Friends
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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The Order of DeMolay was founded in 1919 by Frank S. Land in Kansas City, Missouri. The organization is modeled after Freemasonry and named after Jacques de Molay, the last master of the Knights Templar. Open to young men between the ages of 12 and 21, the group's main goal is to guide young men to lead productive lives by developing civic awareness, personal responsibility and leadership skills.
Photograph caption dated November 4, 1964 reads, "Officer Robert F. Helsel, left, of California Highway Patrol at Newhall Sta., gives safety tips to members of San Fernando chapter, Order of DeMolay. Youths from left are Warren Swen, 17, Glen Winnor, 16 and Ken Gram, 18. Helsel was speaker on traffic safety program last week in the city of San Fernando as part of statewide observance of National Traffic Safety Week."
1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 x 26 cm.
Valley Times Collection;
HCNVT_d057_ f32_i5
DeMolay (Organization)
San Fernando Order of DeMolay
California Highway Patrol--Employees
Associations, institutions, etc
Young men--Societies and clubs
Traffic safety
Young men
San Fernando (Calif.)
Portrait photographs
Group portraits
Time Period

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