Odd Fellowship, unlike many other organizations, makes no special effort to attract "name" members. The Odd Fellows are a warm, personal type of affiliation that doesn't rely on "rubbing elbows" with the famous to give them satisfaction. However, note that this is a small sampling of famous Odd Fellows in American History.
William McKinley, 25th U.S. President (1897-1901)
Ulysses S. Grant, 18th U.S. President (1869–1877)
Rutherford Hayes, 19th U.S. President (1877–1881)
Warren Harding, 29th U.S. President (1921–1923)
Harry Truman, 33rd U.S. President (1945 -1953)
Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32nd U.S. President (1933–1945)
Schuyler Colfax, 17th U.S. Vice President (1869–1873)
Thomas Hendricks, 21st U.S. Vice President (1885)
Earl Warren, U.S. Chief Justice (1953–1969)
Wyatt Earp, iconic Western Lawman (1865-1897)
Burl Ives, singer & actor,
"A Holly Jolly Christmas”
William Jennings Bryan,
41st U.S. Secretary of State
Charlie Chaplin, famous actor and comedian
Red Skelton, famous actor and comedian
Everett McKinley Driksen, U.S. Senator (1951-1969)
Thomas Sterling,
U.S. Senator (1913-1925)
Alexander S. Clay, U.S. Senator (1853-1910)
Richard Russell Jr, U.S. Senator (1933-1971)

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