" 1933 & 1934 - The Massachusetts Protective Association - Letterheads - Worcester, MA."
(1607) 1933 & 1934 - The Massachusetts Protective Association - Letterheads - Worcester, MA. -Condition: Very Good Letterheads measure 8 1/2" by 11" and have been folded. These two letterheads were sent to Mr. Harrison W. Rugg who lived in Sterling, MA. The first letter dated December 27, 1933 discussed the lapse of Mr. Rugg's policy. It explains that it was non-cancellable. Then goes on to try to get him to reinstate his policy. The second letter is dated, January, 4 1934. It stated they had received Mr. Rugg's letter. Evidently Mr. Rugg mentioned the large amount that was required for the premium, as they explain it can be paid in quarterly payments. Stated he had changed his occupation but did not tell them what he is doing at the time.
The Massachusetts Protective Association began in 1895 as the Masonic Protective Association. It supplied insurance to Masons only. Due to mounting suspicions of fraternal organizations the company was renamed The Massachusetts Protective Association in 1922, but still dealt only with members of the Masonic Lodge.
In 1904 Mr. Rugg was involved with a patten for a Cheese-cutter.
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