Niagara Masonic Lodge No. 2


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  • Illustrated declaration "Let There Be Light"
    ObjectText       Illustrated declaration "Let There Be Light" in a walnut frame. The bottom reads "From Darkness To Light". Blank masonic certificate, full of masonic symbols and details, that would have been filled in and presented to a new Master Mason. Text on right side: "This is to certify that our worthy ...
    ObjectText     Illustrated declaration "Let There Be Light" in a walnut frame. The bottom reads "From Darkness To Light". Blank masonic certificate, full of masonic symbols and details, that would have been ...
  • Crest of Niagara Lodge, No. 2
    ObjectText       The original 1989 design of the Niagara Lodge, No. 2, Crest drawn by Bro. W. H. Jennings, Niagara Lodge, No. 2, and approved by Grand Lodge. Presented to Bro. Jennings in Open Lodge, February 7, 1990.
    ObjectText     The original 1989 design of the Niagara Lodge, No. 2, Crest drawn by Bro. W. H. Jennings, Niagara Lodge, No. 2, and approved by Grand Lodge. Presented to Bro. Jennings ...
  • The Grand Lodge of England, 1887
    ObjectText       Framed illustration, entitled "The Grand Lodge of England" with more description below the picture :"Voting the congratulatory jubilee address to her Majesty Queen Victoria at the Albert Hall, London, June 13, 1887. H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, M. W., Grand Master, in the chair.
    ObjectText     Framed illustration, entitled "The Grand Lodge of England" with more description below the picture :"Voting the congratulatory jubilee address to her Majesty Queen Victoria at the Albert Hall, London, June ...
  • Freemasons' Hall in Niagara (Newark), 1791
    ObjectImageText       A facsimile of an illustration said to show the location of the original Freemasons' Hall, on King Street, Newark (Niagara), near the River, 1791, standing between Public House and house of D.W. Smith, Surveyor-General, as interpreted by J. Ross Robertson. Text below reads: "In an old MS recording the proceedings ...
    ObjectImageText     A facsimile of an illustration said to show the location of the original Freemasons' Hall, on King Street, Newark (Niagara), near the River, 1791, standing between Public House and house ...
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Niagara Masonic Lodge No. 2