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  • Subject is exactly "Freemasonry -- New York (State) -- New York."

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Letter from Antoine Louis Moret. Dated February 15, 1828. In this letter, Moret reports he has received the membership lists of the Southern and Northern Supreme Councils. Moret replies he has annexed to this letter a correct translation of his…

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A Mecca Temple ladies night program. Dated February 28, 1920. In this program, Mecca Temple promotes its February twenty-eighth ladies night at Carnegie Hall and an upcoming event for the children of Nobles. Includes rosters for the officers, members…

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A letter from Charles S. Westcott to Charles W. Moore. Dated November 21, 1855. In this letter, Westcott requests the Supreme Council, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction, accept the petition of a group of New York City Freemasons to unify with the…

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Announcement of the union of the Hays Supreme Council (Cerneau) of New York City and Raymond Supreme Council (schismatic) of Boston, Massachusetts. Dated March 1, 1863. Signed by newly elected Sovereign Grand Commander Edmund B. Hays and Grand…

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A letter from Sovereign Grand Commander Albert Pike of the Southern Jurisdiction. Dated November 1, 1883. In this letter, Sovereign Grand Commander Pike discusses the Cerneau-inspired Seymour-Peckham Supreme Council of New York City and informs…

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A letter from Sovereign Grand Commander Albert Pike of the Southern Jurisdiction. Dated October 31, 1883. In this letter, Sovereign Grand Commander Pike explains his decision to expel Frederick Widdows for violating his oath to the two legitimate…

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A circular letter from Sovereign Grand Commander Albert Pike of the Southern Jurisdiction. Dated November 1, 1883. In this document, Sovereign Grand Commander Pike denounces the actions of three spurious Supreme Councils located in the cities of New…

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An unused sheet of stationery created by a group of Cerneau inspired Freemasons from the Valley of New York.

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A 32° member certificate issued by the Supreme Council for the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction to August Silz. Dated April 27, 1900. Imprint at bottom of certificate reads, “S. D. Affleck, Stationer, Beaver St. N.Y. Copyright 1896 by Supt Council N.M.…

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A Master Mason certificate issued by St. John's Lodge, No. 2, of New York City to Paul Bascombe, and dated August 8, 1761. St. John's Lodge, No. 2, was constituted on December 1757, by the original (Modern) Grand Lodge of England through the Right…