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Montana Freemason                                         August 2017                                     Volume 93   Number 2
       The  Montana  Freemason  is  an  official  publication  of
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                                                         Freemasons’ Hall, London - Grand Temple ceiling.

                                                          Freemasons’ Hall in London is the headquarters of the
                                                        United Grand Lodge of England and the Supreme Grand
                                                        Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of England, as well as a
                                                        meeting place for many Masonic Lodges in the London
                                                        area. It is in Great Queen Street between Holborn and
                                                        Covent Garden and has been a Masonic meeting place
                                                        since 1775. There have been three Masonic buildings
                                                        on the site, with the current incarnation being opened in
                                                        1933. Parts of the building are open to the public daily,
       Please direct all articles and correspondence to :  and its preserved classic Art Deco style.
                                                         2017 is the tercentenary of the United Grand Lodge
                                                        of England.
       Reid Gardiner, Editor
       The Montana Freemason Magazine
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