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June 04, 2008



That is great to hear! What a lovely way to repurpose this object.



That square & compass now holds a prominent place on the grounds of the Masonic Care Community in Utica NY


Hi Brian.

I’m pretty sure that the Grand Lodge of New York has the giant square and compasses in their collection. I suggest that you contact the Livingston Library at the Grand Lodge of New York for further info.



Does anyone know where the giant square and compasses are that were in front of the building?


Hi Carl.

Thanks very much for passing along the images of the cards from your visit to the Masonic pavilions at two different World's Fairs. It was great to see them. Thanks for taking the time to write.

- Jeff

Carl Cutler

Under separate cover, I am emailing you the "Masonic Hospitality Lounge" card I was presented with, while on leave from Fort Lewis,WA, at the 1962 Seattle Worlds Fair. In addition I'm enclosing a card I received from the "Masonic Brotherhood Center" during the 1964-65, N.Y.Worlds Fair.

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