Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Journal of the Masonic Society #18

Issue 18 of the Journal of the Masonic Society is off to the printer's.
This issue includes:
• THE ROLE OF THE WILLING SUSPENSION OF BELIEF IN MASONIC RITUAL by WILLIAM S. BURKLE

• THE CRAFTSMAN’S ALLEGORY by DAN ELLNOR

• THE STAINED GLASS OF NEW YORK'S TOMPKINS MEMORIAL CHAPEL by CHRISTOPHER L. HODAPP 
• THE HANDSHAKE by JOI GRIEG 
• KNIGHTS OF THE SQUARE AND COMPASSES by JASON L. MAIR 

This issue’s cover features Lorado Taft’s “Eternal Solitude” in Washington, D.C.’s Graceland Cemetery. Photograph by Christopher L. Hodapp.

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2 comments:

Darrell said...

Chris,

Correction. The Taft statue is in Graceland Cemetery in Chicago, not DC. Just up the road form the Ivy covered burial ground also known as Wrigley Field.

Chris Hodapp said...

Nope, this one's in DC. I took the photo myself. The Chicago one is a copy.