Item ID:274484641571
Seller ID: cesaok
Listing Type: Auction
List Date: 09/10/2020
End Date: 09/17/2020
Category: Trade Union
Location: New York, New York
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~early c. 1910 alianza hispano-americana p.m.i. enamel member bar pin brooch~

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Offered here is an original enamel badge for a member of the Hispano-Americana P.M.I.. The pin measures1 11/16" long and has a pinback and flat curved "c" catch. There is no damage to the enamel except for a very tiny, tight hairline in the left end of the pin. (see photos) Offered with no hidden reserve and a low starting bid. Buyer to pay class post and insurance. (3.00) Three-day inspection/ return on all items I offer if not as described. US shipping only. Thanks. Here is some background information about this interesting organization: Alianza Hispano-Americana (AHA), founded in Tucson in 1894, was a Mexican American fraternal insurance society organized along Masonic lines into lodges, or logías. The Alianza members promoted civic virtues and acculturation; provided social activities; sickness and death benefits and burial insurance for its members. By 1930, the AHA had spread throughout the southwest and gradually extended to at least nine states in Mexico, expanding its mission to include concerns of civil rights and quality of education for Mexican Americans. In the 1950s, the Alianza won civil liberties cases involving Mexican American children and families who experienced segregated schools, public and community facilities in Tolleson, Winslow, and Miami, Arizona. PLEASE NOTE!!!!!!! eBAY HAS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED DELIVERY TO CERTAIN DESTINATIONS OUTSIDE THE US. FOR THAT REASON, ONLY DOMESTIC SHIPPING IS AVAILABLE FOR THIS ITEM. NO BIDS FROM OUTSIDE THE US WILL BE ACCEPTED. THANKS.

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Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Year: 1912