The Structure of Freemasonry
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The Structure of Freemasonry

Framed inscribed pictorial on marble, entitled "The Structure of Freemasonry". The picture shows two sets of stairs that begin and end together, symbolizing Masonic hierarchy for both Scottish Rite (30 steps, or degrees) and York Rite (10 degrees). Each degree has a name and teaches a moral. Among figures standing on left, on the steps of Scottish Rite: King Solomon, King Cyrus, George Washington, Sultan and on right: Temple workman, Past Master, Israel Tribesman, High Priest of Jews, King Hiram of Tyre, Knight of Malta, Knight Templar. Under the arch, there are organizations allied to freemasonry: Grotto, Tall Cedars of Lebanon, Job's Daughters or Rainbow Girls; Order of Eastern Star; Order of DeMolay.