St. Louis, MO: Jednota Táboritu, [192-?]. 21p., slender pocketbook format in plain black boards, external damage to rear hinge but internally sound. By-laws and official speeches of the fraternal group, in Czech. Title page has red stamp of the Eagle River, WI branch, and two names in fountain pen.
Fraternal organization taking its name from the radical egalitarian Taborite sect, one of the Hussite groups in 15th century Bohemia. In 1920 the organization was estimated to have 2,500 members in the US, according to Thomas Capek's "The Čechs (Bohemians) in America."