Western New York
Order of the Arrow
Patch History

Ganosote Lodge 159
Tuscarora Lodge 284
Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge 159


Lodge Patches

(Updated 07/28/09)

The pages that follow portray computer scans of the various patches produced by WNY lodges. The images are designed to load quickly and are best viewed on a computer monitor. They don't look very good when printed out. 

The patches portrayed on the following pages are not for trade or sale.
If I have any items for trade, they are listed on my DUPES page

Ganosote

Flaps
Odd Shapes and Neckerchiefs
Chapter Neckerchiefs
Fakes
Miscellaneous Items
Tuscarora
Flaps, Odd Patches, Round Patches, and Fakes
Chapter Patches
Miscellaneous Items

Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee

Flaps
Odd Shapes and Neckerchiefs
Chapter Patches and Neckerchiefs
Lodge Event Patches 

Fakes
Miscellaneous Items
 

If I have any items for trade, they are listed on my DUPES page

Special Thanks

A special thanks goes out to Marty Abramson, Harry DeBan, Don Izard, Keith Lang, Roger Lemke, Bill Mulrenin, Ron Schmidt, Jerry Sullivan, and Dave Zasowski for their help in constructing this site. All of which provided knowledge, patches, insights, and suggestions for the site and book. This could not have been done without their support.

For more information on NYS lodge issues, please take a visit to Bill Mulrenin's patch blog or John Pannell's OA Images site

In addition, I would be remiss if I did not thank my wife Michelle for tolerating my obsession with old (and sometimes expensive) pieces of cloth :-)


Places To Visit!

WNY OA Patch History
WNY Chief and Advisor History
WNY Summer Scout Camp Memorabilia
WNY OA Area/Section Conclave Memorabilia
Additional OA Links
 
 


Michael Hulsizer's Patch Page


Disclaimer
"This site and the information it contains is provided solely for the use of people interested in the Order of the Arrow and has NO OFFICIAL CONNECTION WHATSOEVER with any council or lodge, nor the Boy Scouts of America. It is operated by a private individual providing a public service. No BSA or Lodge money was used in the creation, modification or maintenance of these pages."