Archief MJ-213 - Mossbank Masonic Lodge #129 fonds

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Mossbank Masonic Lodge #129 fonds

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  • [191-?]-2006 (Vervaardig)
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    Mossbank Masonic Lodge #129
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    Mossbank (Sask.)

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ca. 39.7 cm of textual records: 11 books.

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Institutionele geschiedenis

The province of Saskatchewan received its first Masonic charter from the Grand Lodge in Canada in 1879. It wasn’t until August 3, 1906 that a grand lodge was created for the province in Regina.

During the Second World War, the Mossbank Masonic Lodge #29 was host to the “Hostess Club” which was set up for training pilots from the nearby RCAF base.

The lodge was amalgamated with the St. John’s Lodge #106, Assiniboia in 2006.

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This fonds contains 11 books and one questionnaire covering various subjects of Freemasonry and Freemasonry in Saskatchewan, such as its constitution and history. The books have writing pertaining to their donation, dedication, and ownership on the inside of the front covers.

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Accession 36.2017 was donated to the archives by Roy Tollefson on October 13, 2005.

Accession 37.2017 was donated to the archives by Roy Tollefson on October 18, 2005.

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  • Engels

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Finding aid and file list are available. See attached finding aid.

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The books Encyclopedia of Freemasonry Volume I, A-L, Encyclopedia of Freemasonry Volume II, M-Z, Masonry Defined: A Liberal Masonic Education, three copies of The Builders: A Story and Study of Masonry, The Constitution of Free and Accepted Masons, An Investigation into the Cause of the Hostility of the Church of Rome to Freemasonry, Introduction To Freemasonry, Freemasonry: Its Vision and Call, Masonry and Citizenship, The Perfect Ashlar, Mysteries of Freemasonry, Revised Odd Fellowship Illustrated, and Constitution of the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan have been added to the archival books collection.

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This fonds was wrapped in mylar and boxed in 2017.

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Boxes V-305, H-122 - H-124

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