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Mad magazine (1998)
Although the members of Moose International wore a fez from their founding in 1888 until 1992, and the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks have used a purple fez with a white tassle since their founding in 1868, it is the fez-attired Shriner conventioneers of the 1920s who have entered popular history as the archetype of heavy partyers.
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Detail from two-page illustration titled "MAD’s Guide to Who’s Who Outside the Today Show Window" illustrated by Rick Tuka and written by Mike Snider. MAD, No. 369. May, 1998.

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