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Another quasi-masonic lodge was the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. They followed the Masonic template in which each fellow earned three degrees of Friendship, Love, and Truth. Then, through a higher rite, called Encampment, they would become a patriarch. In 1900, the Odd Fellows had more members than Freemasonry in the US. Unlike Masonic lodges, the members belonged to the working class and were linked to labor unions. They even had female members who were equal to men. Although Odd Fellows and Masons were competitors, they had many shared members like Franklin Roosevelt, Earl Warren, and even Albert Pike.

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Keep in mind, even if your musty paper has passed each test of value so far, a large caveat remains: Most stock and bond certificates aren't like cash. They are not always redeemable by whoever holds them.

In years to come, there likely will be fewer paper securities with legal value and more with purely historic or collectible interest. In 2001, the New York Stock Exchange eliminated the requirement for physical certificates. As a result, few companies continue to issue physical securities, given the cost and extra paperwork involved.

"I think it's unfortunate," New York-based engraving historian Mark Tomasko says of the move to curb physical certificates. "The more I read about hackers and governments doing major attacks on companies and the Internet, we'll see whether taking away all [physical certificates] was a wonderful idea."

The following employers hold or have applied for certificates issued under section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act. The certificates authorize employers to pay subminimum wages to workers with disabilities that impair their productivity for the work they perform. This list is current as of October 1, 2022.


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