Postmarked June 21, 1912
The Dreamland Pavilion in Seattle, Washington is a large venue used for dances, boxing matches and even political speeches.
The Knights of the Maccabees is a fraternal organization founded in 1878 in London, Ontario, Canada. It served as a benevolent “legal reserve society.” Families of deceased members received benefits in the form of legal-reserve insurance. Woodmen of the World was a similar organization founded in 1890 in Omaha, Nebraska for the same purpose of providing insurance benefits for its members.
Addressed to P O Sundberg
The event of the season – Competitive drill and dance between K.O.T.M. No. 8 and Seattle Camp No. 69 W.O.W. – Tuesday eve., June 25, 1912 at Dreamland Pavilion – Turn Out and Help Boost Your Team – Gentlemen 50 cents, Ladies Free – Present this card at door – All rights reserved – Committee.