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May 05, 2015

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Jeff

Hi Micah.

Thanks for writing. I'm very interested to hear about your early 20th-century Almoner's archives with relation to Masonic impostors.

- Jeff

Micah Evans

Interesting article! We have in our Almoner's archives from the 1910s-1930s notes about men claiming to be Masons fraudulently, whether to ask for money or for other fraudulent purposes, and notes from other Grand Lodges warning Nebraska Masons to be on the look out for particular individuals pretending to be Masons. We also have letters from brethren to Grand Lodge repenting for receiving and renouncing spurious rite of memphis degrees or Cerneau Rite degrees "in their zeal for Masonry."

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