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2014.027.014.011 - Fraternal Order of Eagles Civic Service Award for William P. Kyne, March 30, 1948. This award is on white paper mounted on carboard. The paper has a border with ruffled edges and intricate designs. The award is to William Kyne "in recognition of hius contributions to the welfare of our community and his active participation in civic affairs, trusting that this public recognition of his past services will be but a milestone on a pathway of continuuing civic service." The emblem of the Fraternal Order of Eagles is in the lower left corner. The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 11.

Fraternal Order of Eagles Civic Service Award for William P. Kyne, March 30, 1948. This award is on white paper mounted on carboard. The paper has a border with ruffled edges and intricate designs. The award is to William Kyne "in recognition of hius contributions to the welfare of our community and his active participation in civic affairs, trusting that this public recognition of his past services will be but a milestone on a pathway of continuuing civic service." The emblem of the Fraternal Order of Eagles is in the lower left corner. The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 11.

2014.027.014.013 - Fraternal Order of Eagles Civic Service Award for William P. Kyne, March 15, 1949. This award is on white paper mounted on carboard. The paper has a border with ruffled edges and intricate designs. The award is to William Kyne "in recognition of hius contributions to the welfare of our community and his active participation in civic affairs, trusting that this public recognition of his past services will be but a milestone on a pathway of continuuing civic service." The emblem of the Fraternal Order of Eagles is in the lower left corner. The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 13.

Fraternal Order of Eagles Civic Service Award for William P. Kyne, March 15, 1949. This award is on white paper mounted on carboard. The paper has a border with ruffled edges and intricate designs. The award is to William Kyne "in recognition of hius contributions to the welfare of our community and his active participation in civic affairs, trusting that this public recognition of his past services will be but a milestone on a pathway of continuuing civic service." The emblem of the Fraternal Order of Eagles is in the lower left corner. The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 13.

2014.027.014.014 - Accepting Gift of $10,000 from the Fraternal Order of Eagles and California Jockey Club for Construction of a Swimming Pool at Log Cabin Ranch School, City and County of San Francisco Resolution, 1951. The paper has a border with an intricate design. The resolution is accepting a gift of $10,000 from the Fraternal Order of Eagles and the California Jockey Club for construction of a swimming pool at Log Cabin Ranch School. The resolution is number 10833. At the bottom are the seal of the City and County of San Francisco and the signatures of the President of the Board of Supervisors, the clerk of the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor of San Fancisco. The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 14.

Accepting Gift of $10,000 from the Fraternal Order of Eagles and California Jockey Club for Construction of a Swimming Pool at Log Cabin Ranch School, City and County of San Francisco Resolution, 1951. The paper has a border with an intricate design. The resolution is accepting a gift of $10,000 from the Fraternal Order of Eagles and the California Jockey Club for construction of a swimming pool at Log Cabin Ranch School. The resolution is number 10833. At the bottom are the seal of the City and County of San Francisco and the signatures of the President of the Board of Supervisors, the clerk of the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor of San Fancisco. The location is Box 13, Folder 7,

2014.027.014.015 - In Memoriam of William Patrick Kyne, San Mateo Post of American Legion Resolution, 1957. This Memoriam is from the San Mateo Post No. 82 of the American Legion. At the top of the Memoriam is the seal of the American Legion. The Memoriam lists Kyne's accomplishments and generosity and resolves that, "the heartfelt sympathy of his comrades be extended to Mrs. Dorothy Kyne and family of Comrade William P. Kyne and that the gratitude for his many benefactions be recorded in the minutes of this Post." The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 15.

In Memoriam of William Patrick Kyne, San Mateo Post of American Legion Resolution, 1957. This Memoriam is from the San Mateo Post No. 82 of the American Legion. At the top of the Memoriam is the seal of the American Legion. The Memoriam lists Kyne's accomplishments and generosity and resolves that, "the heartfelt sympathy of his comrades be extended to Mrs. Dorothy Kyne and family of Comrade William P. Kyne and that the gratitude for his many benefactions be recorded in the minutes of this Post." The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 15.

2014.027.014.016 - In Memoriam of William Patrick Kyne, San Mateo Post of American Legion Resolution, 1957. This Memoriam is from the San Mateo Post No. 82 of the American Legion. The Memoriam lists Kyne's accomplishments and generosity and resolves that, "the heartfelt sympathy of his comrades be extended to Mrs. Dorothy Kyne and family of Comrade William P. Kyne and that the gratitude for his many benefactions be recorded in the minutes of this Post." The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 16.

In Memoriam of William Patrick Kyne, San Mateo Post of American Legion Resolution, 1957. This Memoriam is from the San Mateo Post No. 82 of the American Legion. The Memoriam lists Kyne's accomplishments and generosity and resolves that, "the heartfelt sympathy of his comrades be extended to Mrs. Dorothy Kyne and family of Comrade William P. Kyne and that the gratitude for his many benefactions be recorded in the minutes of this Post." The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 16.

2014.027.014.017 - In Memoriam of William Patrick Kyne, San Mateo Post of American Legion Resolution, 1957. This Memoriam is from the San Mateo Post No. 82 of the American Legion. The Memoriam lists Kyne's accomplishments and generosity and resolves that, "the heartfelt sympathy of his comrades be extended to Mrs. Dorothy Kyne and family of Comrade William P. Kyne and that the gratitude for his many benefactions be recorded in the minutes of this Post." The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 17.

In Memoriam of William Patrick Kyne, San Mateo Post of American Legion Resolution, 1957. This Memoriam is from the San Mateo Post No. 82 of the American Legion. The Memoriam lists Kyne's accomplishments and generosity and resolves that, "the heartfelt sympathy of his comrades be extended to Mrs. Dorothy Kyne and family of Comrade William P. Kyne and that the gratitude for his many benefactions be recorded in the minutes of this Post." The location is Box 13, Folder 7, Item 17.

2014.027.014.021 - American Legion Resolution to William P. Kyne, February 8, 1944. The resolution is to William Kyne as, "An appreciation of meritorious service". The border is red, yellow and blue flowers. At the bottom left corner is the seal of the American Legion. The location is Bay Meadows collection box 6, item 7.

American Legion Resolution to William P. Kyne, February 8, 1944. The resolution is to William Kyne as, "An appreciation of meritorious service". The border is red, yellow and blue flowers. At the bottom left corner is the seal of the American Legion. The location is Bay Meadows collection box 6, item 7.

2014.027.014.022 - Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Pacific Post 646 Citation to William P. Kyne, circa 1941-1957. This is a citation for, "unselfish assistance". It is signed by Commander Joshua Muller and Adjutant Herman Katz. It is printed on beige paper with gold scrollwork as a border. The seal of the Jewish War Veterans is at the upper center of the page. The location is Box 6 Folder 8.

Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Pacific Post 646 Citation to William P. Kyne, circa 1941-1957. This is a citation for, "unselfish assistance". It is signed by Commander Joshua Muller and Adjutant Herman Katz. It is printed on beige paper with gold scrollwork as a border. The seal of the Jewish War Veterans is at the upper center of the page. The location is Box 6 Folder 8.

2014.027.014.023 - City of San Mateo Resolution No. 27 In Memoriam of William P. Kyne, March 4, 1957. This is signed by San Mateo Mayor Edward Reilly. The gold city seal is in the lower right corner. There is a plain gold border around the Resolution. The location is Box 6 Folder 9.

City of San Mateo Resolution No. 27 In Memoriam of William P. Kyne, March 4, 1957. This is signed by San Mateo Mayor Edward Reilly. The gold city seal is in the lower right corner. There is a plain gold border around the Resolution. The location is Box 6 Folder 9.

2014.027.014.024 - American Veterans of World War Two, AMVETS Recognition of Distinguished and Cooperative Service Citation for William P. Kyne, circa 1941-1957. It has an intricate scrollwork border, with designs at the corners and the middle of each line. The top of the border reads, "United States of America" with the shield and figure of Lady Liberty. To either side of this there are griffins. Inside the border the paper is blue-green and the AMVETS seal is at the lower left corner. The signature of William Burkett, National Vice-Commander is at the lower right corner. The location is Box 6 Folder 10.

American Veterans of World War Two, AMVETS Recognition of Distinguished and Cooperative Service Citation for William P. Kyne, circa 1941-1957. It has an intricate scrollwork border, with designs at the corners and the middle of each line. The top of the border reads, "United States of America" with the shield and figure of Lady Liberty. To either side of this there are griffins. Inside the border the paper is blue-green and the AMVETS seal is at the lower left corner. The signature of William Burkett, National Vice-Commander is at the lower right corner. The location is Box 6 Folder 10.

Image of 1999.080.003A - Order of the Owls Nest No. 1484 Banner, c. 1914-1929. Blue cloth banner has a gold 1 1/4" outer ribbon border. It is rectangular in shape with an outward curve at the center bottom from which 3" metallic tasseled fringe hangs. Embroidered in gold in the center are three 13 1/2" owls with white bellies sitting on a single branch. Also in embroidered in gold at the top is "ORDER OF OWLS / NEST No. 1484" and, at bottom, "REDWOOD CITY  /  CALIFORNIA"  with a stylized "T"  shape below that. Backing is a light blue cotton material. There are six 1 1/4" loops of the gold border material affixed to the top through which a 31" wooden dowel is mounted. There are loose brass-colored end-caps and finials in the shape of acorns which mount to the ends of the dowel. From top ends 7 1/2" tassels are suspended by 20" cordage that are wrapped up around the dowel ends. Similar 4" tassels are suspended from 2" cordage at the bottom of the corners. Additional cordage that is approximately 68" in length is also suspended at the bottom corners. Affixed to the dowel ends are two 1/2in eye screws and in center one 1" eye screw. A gold cord is affixed to the eye screw and has a loop in the center for hanging.

1999.080.003A - Order of the Owls Nest No. 1484 Banner, c. 1914-1929. Blue cloth banner has a gold 1 1/4" outer ribbon border. It is rectangular in shape with an outward curve at the center bottom from which 3" metallic tasseled fringe hangs. Embroidered in gold in the center are three 13 1/2" owls with white bellies sitting on a single branch. Also in embroidered in gold at the top is "ORDER OF OWLS / NEST No. 1484" and, at bottom, "REDWOOD CITY / CALIFORNIA" with a stylized "T" shape below that. Backing is a light blue cotton material. There are six 1 1/4" loops of the gold border material affixed to the top through which a 31" wooden dowel is mounted. There are loose brass-colored end-caps and finials in the shape of acorns which mount to the ends of the dowel. From top ends 7 1/2" tassels are suspended by 20" cordage that are wrapped up around the dowel ends. Similar 4" tassels are suspended from 2" cordage at the bottom of the corners. Additional cordage that is approximately 68" in length is also suspended at the bottom corners. Affixed to the dowel ends are two 1/2in eye screws and in center one 1" eye screw. A gold cord is affixed to the eye screw and has a loop in the center for hanging.

Order of the Owls Nest No. 1484 Banner, c. 1914-1929. Blue cloth banner has a gold 1 1/4" outer ribbon border. It is rectangular in shape with an outward curve at the center bottom from which 3" metallic tasseled fringe hangs. Embroidered in gold in the center are three 13 1/2" owls with white bellies sitting on a single branch. Also in embroidered in gold at the top is "ORDER OF OWLS / NEST No. 1484" and, at bottom, "REDWOOD CITY / CALIFORNIA" with a stylized "T" shape below that. Backing is a light blue cotton material. There are six 1 1/4" loops of the gold border material affixed to the top through which a 31" wooden dowel is mounted. There are loose brass-colored end-caps and finials

Image of 1999.080.003B - Two-piece wooden pole for an Order of the Owl banner (1999.080.003A).  Unstained wood has a clear gloss varnish and is bulbous in the center.  There is a brass coupling at the center of each piece where the two connect, as well as a brass hand-grip next to the couplings.  Top section has a brass eagle mounted to the top below which a cup-hook is screwed into the wood for securing the banner.

1999.080.003B - Two-piece wooden pole for an Order of the Owl banner (1999.080.003A). Unstained wood has a clear gloss varnish and is bulbous in the center. There is a brass coupling at the center of each piece where the two connect, as well as a brass hand-grip next to the couplings. Top section has a brass eagle mounted to the top below which a cup-hook is screwed into the wood for securing the banner.

Two-piece wooden pole for an Order of the Owl banner (1999.080.003A). Unstained wood has a clear gloss varnish and is bulbous in the center. There is a brass coupling at the center of each piece where the two connect, as well as a brass hand-grip next to the couplings. Top section has a brass eagle mounted to the top below which a cup-hook is screwed into the wood for securing the banner.

Image of 2017.049.011 - FOE 25 YEARS Pin, c. 1925-1990. Gold metal pin inside clear and blue plastic case. pin is secured via a butterfly clutch. The pin features a gold eagle with its wings spread. In the middle of its chest is a clear gemstone. Underneath the eagle is an enameled banner. The main part of the banner is segmented into three chambers by a gold border. Each chamber is a different color (red, white, and blue respectively) and has a different letter which spells out "FOE" in gold lettering. The end of the banner on the left is red, and on the right is blue. Below this, there is another outlined in gold with a blue field; in gold it says "25 YEARS." Pin has a safety clasp on the back.

2017.049.011 - FOE 25 YEARS Pin, c. 1925-1990. Gold metal pin inside clear and blue plastic case. pin is secured via a butterfly clutch. The pin features a gold eagle with its wings spread. In the middle of its chest is a clear gemstone. Underneath the eagle is an enameled banner. The main part of the banner is segmented into three chambers by a gold border. Each chamber is a different color (red, white, and blue respectively) and has a different letter which spells out "FOE" in gold lettering. The end of the banner on the left is red, and on the right is blue. Below this, there is another outlined in gold with a blue field; in gold it says "25 YEARS." Pin has a safety clasp on the back.

FOE 25 YEARS Pin, c. 1925-1990. Gold metal pin inside clear and blue plastic case. pin is secured via a butterfly clutch. The pin features a gold eagle with its wings spread. In the middle of its chest is a clear gemstone. Underneath the eagle is an enameled banner. The main part of the banner is segmented into three chambers by a gold border. Each chamber is a different color (red, white, and blue respectively) and has a different letter which spells out "FOE" in gold lettering. The end of the banner on the left is red, and on the right is blue. Below this, there is another outlined in gold with a blue field; in gold it says "25 YEARS." Pin has a safety clasp on the back.