Writing a lodge history

Discussion in 'History and Research' started by Michael Hatley, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. Michael Hatley

    Michael Hatley Premium Member

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    Has anyone seen any particularly good lodge histories?

    I've taken on the task of writing a history of our lodge this year. My plan is to dive into the records and start diggin next week, and try to come up with a narrative. I'd like to come up with some bios of the founders and that sort of thing as well perhaps, see if I can dig up photos, etc.


    If anyone has any tips at all as far as places to research (maybe at Grand Lodge?), things to include, experiences they have had with writing something similar, things that would be of interest to them - brainstorms, I am all ears.

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  2. promason

    promason Registered User

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    Indeed,that rich matter deserves interest,each masonic lodge contributed to human enlghtment and progress and deserves a mention and a tribute
     
  3. cog41

    cog41 Premium Member

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    Small town Texas mason always features a Texas lodge and its history. Some articles are better than others but they are certainky worth a look.
     
  4. JJones

    JJones Moderator Staff Member

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  5. promason

    promason Registered User

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    Thanks brother!!!!!Go straight to the page!!!!!!!
     

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