1906 Medinah Shrine Temple

Camel's Milk Tumbler, Los Angeles, CA

This cute little tumbler was made for Medinah Shrine Temple in Chicago and was to be traded with other Temples visiting the Imperial Council Session in 1906 in Los Angeles, CA.  However, there was a huge earthquake that struck San Francisco that year and the ICS was cancelled and moved to the following year.  Camel's milk was once thought to contain unique healing properties!  Today it is used to make some of the world's finest chocolates!  This tumbler stands 3 1/4 inches tall.

 

         

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