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June 24, 2010


Aimee E Newell

Thanks for your comment - I'm glad this post was of interest. And, I am intrigued to hear about the photo you have of Rev. William Mack Lee - how fascinating! We do have some items in our collection and in the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts collection that relate to army lodges chartered by the GL of Massachusetts. Please email me at anewell@monh.org if you would like to know more about those objects. My colleague, Jeff Croteau, from our Library will be getting back to you about your question on Lee. Thanks again for your interest!

G. Craig Caba


Any data on Rev. William Mack Lee, a freed Black aide/body servant of Robert E. Lee. Have a albumen photo of him in Master Mason attire. Lee was a mason at Alexandria Lodge & anything on army lodge activity?

G. C. Caba

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