Order of the White Rose
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|Order of the White Rose|
|Headquarters||Chicago, IL (1898-1904?); Boston, MA (1905-1920); Cleveland, OH (1921)|
The Order of the White Rose was an American Spiritualist order, organised by J.C.F. Grumbine at Syracuse, New York in "about 1900," with the object of "establish[ing] a Universal Religion, generically designated the Spiritual Movement."
- Gould, S. C., ed. (April 1905), Order of the White Rose, "Arcane Societies in the United States", Historic Magazine and Notes and Queries 23 (4): 91, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=njp.32101064475955;view=1up;seq=109, retrieved 2016-05-21, "The objects of this Order are to establish a Universal Religion, generically designated the Spiritual Movement. It does not occupy the place or sphere of any other kindred organization. Any graduate of the College of Physical Sciences or member of the Order can organize a Chapter where such reside. Application for membership in the Main Order must be presented through an official channel, or addressed to J.C.F. Grumbine, 1285 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. It was organized in Syracuse, N.Y. about 1900."