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33° certificate issued to Richard Theodore Greener

33° certificate from the United Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree for Southern and Western Jurisdictions of the United States, issued to Richard Theodore Greener, dated September 8, 1896. Signed by Greener, John G. Jones, D.F. Seville, and Charles…

Land grant to Archibald McGehee, 1826 May 10

President John Quincy Adams grants McGehee 80 acres of land in Mississippi.

Appointment of Elijah Brigham, 1798 December 4

Under an "Act to Provide for the Valuation of Lands and Dwelling-houses and the Enumeration of Slaves," President John Adams appoints Elijah Brigham as Commissioner for the Massachusetts seventh division. Signed by both President John Adams and…

Aleppo Temple Program

Aleppo Temple meeting summons for May 5, 1915, listing meeting times, officer and member names, and committee assignments.

Announcement for Aleppo Temple Special Train

An announcement for the Aleppo Temple Special Train tour for members attending the Forty-first Annual Session of the Imperial Council held in Seattle, Washington in 1915. The tour included stops at the Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco, the…

Tableau of Officers of Mecca Temple, 1883

Tableau of officers of Mecca Temple, New York City in 1883.

Oriental Durbar Broadside

Broadside advertising the Colorful Oriental Durbar (Rajah Regal Revels), held on March 2, 1922 at the 71st Regiment Armory in New York City, sponsored by the Mecca Temple Band.

Accompanied by envelope addressed to New York State Assemblyman…

Summons for Lodge No. 2 "Ancients," to meet at the house of James Bell

This summons calls for the members of No. 2 Ancient York Masons to meet at the Philadelphia home of James Bell. The summons is dated May 13, 1760, and contains this imprint at the bottom: "Brother Henry Dawkins, Sculpt Philada.”

Authorization for payment of the clergy, 1713 June 17

Queen Anne of Great Britain authorizes the payment of £2,300 to Edward Barker, the Treasurer to the Governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy.

Address to the people of Massachusetts, in relationship to the political influence of Freemasonry

Antimasonic address, delivered on March 26, 1833.

Begins: "The following Address was first presented by a Committee, at a meeting of citizens and members of the Legislature, held in Boston the 26th of March, 1833. It was adopted, and referred to…