The Masonic Book Club (MBC) was formed in 1970 by two Illinois Masons, Alphonse Cerza and Louis Williams. The MBC primarily reprinted out-of-print Masonic books with a scholarly introduction; occasionally they would print original texts. In 2017 MW Barry Weer, 33°, the last president of the MBC, transferred the MBC name and assets to the Supreme Council, […]
When: 12 September 2020 / 12pm CDT (1pm EST, 11am MDT, 10am PDT) Where: Online Zoom meeting. A link will be sent to all members. Who: All MLMA Members, guests also welcome What: Annual Meeting Join us on 12 September for an online meeting with all of our members to discuss our annual business, trade […]
From Detroit in 2019 — Agenda and Tentative Schedule — Minutes of 2018 — Reports: (i) President — (ii) Secretary — (iii) from Helge in Norway — (iv) AMMLA [our European counterpart] Here we are in the Egyptian Lodge Room PRESENTATIONS 2019 Cristiano Franceschini from Firenze, Italy had hoped to be present but that did […]
Submitted January 2011, sections amended November 2019 Let people know about your library and/or museum! If no one ever uses the collections, their value diminishes and your library-museum becomes only a well-catalogued storehouse. Make suggestions and otherwise offer to help the patrons navigate the collection. Smile! Actually put an item or two (if appropriate) into […]
Detroit was the place to be in September 2019! Over twenty of us experienced the Motor City as we attended our annual meeting at The Detroit Masonic Temple Library, Archive, and Research Center. There were great speakers and presentations. The discussions and networking opportunities were valuable for everyone. A draft copy of the minutes will […]
By Amiee Newell Select a Theme: The theme can be grand or small, specific or general. A theme helps with planning and with publicizing the exhibit. A theme can be as simple as “treasures of the collection” or “Masonic badges and jewels.” Or it can be more directed, perhaps relating to a specific person, lodge […]
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