Shrine Cane of Douglas Fir from the 

1936 Imperial Council Session in Seattle

   

This beautiful Shrine Cane comes from Nile Temple in Seattle, Washington who hosted the 62nd Imperial Council Session at the Metropolitan Theater on July 13 -16, 1936.  It is made of locally harvested Douglas Fir and has their "Smile with Nile" motto and the dates of the Session painted on the little fez.  This cane is in mint condition for its age and stands 36 inches tall. 

 

         

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