Masonic aprons worn by officers of Niagara Lodge No. 2, ca 1920


Description
Media Type:
Object
Item Type:
Clothing & dress
Description:
A Masonic apron (#50) worn at the meetings of Niagara Lodge, No. 2, by Bro. Thomas Kearn, together with a cloth holder for the above apron. Silk appliques (ribbons and masonic symbols) on silk; the only colours used: light blue and gold. Donated by his grandson John Dawson in 1989.
A Masonic apron (#53) said to have belonged to Bro. W. H. Singer, Niagara Lodge, No. 2, circa 1920.
Inscriptions:
item #50:
"Donated by Bro. John Dawson, Niagara Lodge, No. 2.
Grandfather's apron believed to have been worn to to meeting of this Niagara Lodge, No. 2."
Date of Original:
ca 1920
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
NML00005
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
Location of Original:
Colin K. Duquemin Masonic Museum
Niagara Lodge #2 A.F. & A.M., G.R.C.
153 King Street, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario
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The Museum was named after Bro. Colin Duquemin for his work in preserving masonic past.
It is home to many artifacts from Niagara district, including regalia, books, certificates,
and masonic documents.
Contact
Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
Email
Website
Agency street/mail address
10 Anderson Lane P.O. Box 430
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0
905-468-2023
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Masonic aprons worn by officers of Niagara Lodge No. 2, ca 1920


A Masonic apron (#50) worn at the meetings of Niagara Lodge, No. 2, by Bro. Thomas Kearn, together with a cloth holder for the above apron. Silk appliques (ribbons and masonic symbols) on silk; the only colours used: light blue and gold. Donated by his grandson John Dawson in 1989.
A Masonic apron (#53) said to have belonged to Bro. W. H. Singer, Niagara Lodge, No. 2, circa 1920.