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A not-too-common type of Certificate

September 1, 2020

As with any organization, Masonic Lodges generate paperwork. We have meeting notices, meeting minutes, installation programs, certificates, and so on. Regarding certificates, to name just a few types: we’ve got those for new members, awards, years of membership, demits, and

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Anderson’s Constitutions

July 1, 2020

Freemasons know about (or at least have heard of) the book of which the title page is pictured above. For those unfamiliar with some of the older type characters, the modern English script for the above says: The CONSTITUTIONS OF

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The Zarthan Lodge Bible

March 24, 2020

When doing an inventory of the Nelson Library, there are many, many copies and versions of the Holy Bible. They are small and large, in good and not-so-good condition, Masonic and non-Masonic style. By definition, a Masonic bible typically has

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Moving the Masters

March 22, 2020

Many of you have had occasion to visit the Grand Lodge office. You may remember that the photographs of PGMs lined both sides of the hallway of the Minnesota Masonic Charities (MMC) offices, and were spilling around the corner. No

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Infection Control Update

March 13, 2020

Updated January 2022. Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy workplace for our employees and visitors. As such, we are closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 novel coronavirus outbreak and following the recommendations of the Minnesota

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The Temple of Solomon

December 31, 2019

The Temple of Solomon If you’ve been to the James B. Ladd Museum, you’ve no doubt seen the scale model in the farthest corner of the room…an artist’s rendition of Solomon’s Temple in ancient Jerusalem. It wouldn’t surprise me if you

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Exploring the Virginia Window

November 26, 2019

Without fail, when a first-time visitor to the Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center (MMHC) enters the Col. James B. Ladd Museum and Charles W. Nelson Library, they emit an “ooh,” “ahh,” or a gasp when they see the stained glass art

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