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Museums and Libraries

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  • The Scottish Rite (Northern Jurisdiction) sponsors the National Heritage Museum as a gift to the American people.
  • The Livingston Masonic Library of the Grand Lodge of New York.
  • E.E. Douglas Masonic Library and Museum, Mechanicsburg, OH; Michael, webmaster
  • The Phoenix Masonry Masonic Museum is the first Masonic Museum to post its entire collections on the www. We display hundreds of items from Blue Lodges, York and Scottish Rite Temples, the Shrine of North America, and many other fraternal orders including the Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias and many more.
  • Bonisteel Masonic Library, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Karl Grube, president: "The Roscoe O. Bonisteel Masonic Library is a research library dedicated to improving the Intender/Mentor program of Symbolic Lodges."
  • Bonisteel Masonic Library, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Karl Grube, (webmaster): "The Bonisteel Masonic Library is organized to provide Freemasons with a high quality online site; to provide Freemasons with tours of significant Masonic architectural structures; and to publish Masonic authors from all continents. "
  • The Library and Museum of Freemasonry at the United Grand Lodge of England is now on-line. Resources currently available include a searchable database of Lodges chartered between 1717 and 1894, with many more planned.

Miscellaneous

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