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January 22, 2013


Brad Hoss

I'm pretty sure my family did a lot of masonry in the past. I wonder if any of their stuff was published in this library. I should probably fly over from Toronto for vacation one day and check it out. Thanks for reminding me about this. Ancestral history can be really interesting sometimes.

Hilary Anderson Stelling

Dear Dr. Corson—

We appreciate your comment on our recent blog post.

As you can see from our website (a click on the link in the upper right hand corner of this page, near the photo of the museum, will take you right to it), we have a variety of exhibitions featuring our Masonic collections on display. “Threads of Brotherhood: Masonic Quilts and Textiles,” will be on view through March 23, 2013. We also feature Masonic material in our recent acquisitions exhibition and our lobby display areas. If you are interested in arranging a visit to the museum for your lodge or valley, please feel free to call me at 781 457 4121.

With best wishes and thanks for being a blog reader!

Hilary Anderson Stelling
Director of Exhibitions and Audience Development

Dr Warren Corson III

It's great to see the new (renewed) emphasis on our heritage and roots to the SR.I hope this will translate into more Masonic items on display at the museum. I would love to get brothers from lodges that I belong to, to organize a trip to the museum again to see a newly expanded Masonic collection.

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