1928 Lake Worth Shrine Club 

Humorous Shot Glasses

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These hand-blown pink and green depression style fluted Shot Glasses come from the Lake Worth Shrine Club and were made to commemorate the 54th Imperial Council Session being held that year in Miami, Florida.  They are dated May 1, 2, 3, 1928.   The reverse side of this glass is very cute.  Ladies get one shot... Gentlemen get double shots... but Shriners (the camel wearing his Fez) gets triple shots per drink!   No wonder Shriners have a propensity to party, hence their reputation!

A special "Thanks" to Daniel W. Moore of Casstown, Ohio for donating these wonderful little shot glasses to our museum in memory of his grandfather Edward I. Moore (obit below) who collected them.  Born in 1902, Noble Edward was 26 years old when he attended the Imperial Council Session in Miami and acquired these glasses.

 

         

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