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1968 Masonic brotherhood fund campaign card and cable tow card, 1968

1968 Masonic Brotherhood Fund campaign card and cable tow card. Dated 1968. In this document, the Grand Lodge of New York petitions its membership to support the 1968 Masonic Brotherhood Fund. The Masonic Brotherhood Fund, which is still in…

Circular letter from William Hobart Hadley to Mosaic Lodge, No. 52, 1864 September 20

Circular letter from the Masonic Mission to Mosaic Lodge, No. 52. September 20, 1864. In this circular letter, William Hobart Hadley, the Vice President of the Masonic Mission in Maine, and Agent for the New England States, reminds the Fraternity…

Circular letter from the Respetable Logia Fiat Lux to Cold Water Lodge, 1902 April 15

Circular letter from the Respetable Logia Fiat Lux to Cold Water Lodge. Dated April 15, 1902. In this letter, Respetable Logia of Coamo, Puerto Rico, petitions Cold Water Lodge for any help in building Coamo's Masonic Temple.

Fourth Liberty Loan insert

During the First World War, Joseph L. Mann, the Secretary of Meridian Sun Lodge, No. 158, petitions the Masons of Philadelphia to support the U.S. Government's Fourth Liberty Loan. Dated 1918.

Letter to Judge Crane from William Martin, 1871 April 18

William Martin, the Worshipful Master of Excelsior Lodge, No. 369, petitions Judge Crane and the members of his lodge for assistance in paying the medical bills of Edward B. Van Norman, a Mason who has been taken to the hospital.

Grand Excursion...on the Occasion of Laying the Corner Stone of the New Masonic Home

Informational circular advertising train excursions to Utica, New York, on the occasion of laying the corner stone of the new Masonic home on May 21, 1891.

Includes special schedule of seven trains running to Utica, serving stations on the Rome,…

Circular soliciting Masons for funds to support Boston Seamen's Friend Society

This circular solicits charitable donations for the Boston Seaman's Friend Society and is dated March 1831. This document contains the signature of Jonathan Greenleaf, a Mason and Congregational clergyman, as well as an endorsement of Greenleaf by…