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Sunday, January 23, 2011

Issue 11 of the Journal of the Masonic Society Coming

Issue 11 of the Journal of the Masonic Society will be landing in mailboxes soon.

Highlights from this issue include:

The Lion and the Lamb: A Look at the Symbolism of Redwood Lodge’s Coat of Arms by Shai Afsai

Who Am I? by Michael Poll

Unity in Masonry by William J. Mollere

The 1964-65 Masonic Brotherhood Center by Christopher L. Hodapp

Speculative Innovations in Initiatic Ceremonies by Bernhard W. "Ben" Hoff

The Buffs: A Short History of Lodge 170A in the 3rd Regiment of Foot by Peter G. Knatt

Lessons From My Watch by Christopher L. Hodapp

• Masonic Treasures: George Washington Lodge No. 143, Chambersburg, PA; Philanthropic Lodge, Marblehead, MA

Plus The Gentleman Mason - our regular column of style, manners, book reviews, tobacciana, and spirits; news and events from all over the Masonic world; and products from our great advertisers

This issue’s cover features a stained glass panel, depicting the trowel, the 24 inch gauge, and the common gavel. From George Washington Lodge No. 143 in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, the oldest purpose-built Masonic building in that state.

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  1. I'll bet you're not a student at a small midwestern college...

  2. I never thought the stories in your magazine were true until...

    I was hoodwinked with a cabletow about my arm!


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