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Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Issue 10 of the Journal of the Masonic Society Coming

Issue 10 of the Journal of the Masonic Society will be landing in mailboxes soon.

Highlights from this issue include:

Wordcraft: How To Build a Solid Masonic paper or Presentation by Randy Williams

France’s New Museum of Freemasonry by Christopher L. Hodapp

Online Catalogs For Masonic Research by Brian Rountree

Secret in the Passage: Casanova’s Reflections on Freemasonry by R. Brad Bunn

Was Freemasonry a Tudor Invention? by Gene Hutloff

A Century of Craft Freemasonry in England by Yasha Beresiner

Perishing on the Rise by Rob Morris

Masonic Treasures: Masonic Marker at Maggie Valley, North Carolina

Deadly Apathy by Michael R. Poll

“Thou rascal beadle, hold thy bloody hand” by Christopher L. Hodapp

The Gentleman Mason - our regular column of style, manners, book reviews, tobacciana, and spirits; a report from the Masonic Society's semi-annual meeting in New Orleans in September; news and events from all over the Masonic world; and products from our great advertisers

This issue’s cover features a small portion of a mural depicting the Fellowcraft appearing before King Solomon. It is located in the Cumberland Masonic Temple, built in 1911, in Cumberland, Maryland.

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