Aryan Order of St. George of the Holy Roman Empire in the Colonies of America
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|Aryan Order of St. George of the Holy Roman Empire in the Colonies of America|
|Formation||11 March 1892|
|Key people||Joseph Gaston Baillie Bulloch|
The Aryan Order of St. George of the Holy Roman Empire in the Colonies of America was (or is) an American-based organisation, founded in 1892 and open both men and women of "honorable character, illustrious and honorable family, colonial or noble, of the Aryan race." The society described itself as existing to "promote social virtues, to reprobate fashionable vices and follies," and, more specifically, to act as a private library for genealogical and biographical records of the families of members.
- Zieber, Eugene, ed. (1895), "Aryan Order of St. George [etc."], Ancestry: the Objects of the Hereditary Societies And the Military And Naval Orders of the United States, And the Requirements for Membership Therein, Philadelphia: Department of Heraldry, Bailey, Banks & Biddle Co., p. 33-34, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.hw3e0a;view=1up;seq=45
- Hood, Jennings; Young, Charles J. (1917), "Aryan Order of St. George of the Empire in America", American Orders & Societies and their Decorations, Philadelphia: Bailey, Banks & Biddle, p. 14-15, https://archive.org/details/americanordersso00hoodiala/page/14/mode/2up