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Family History Search Fee | More informationAn Inital search fee is payable where no lodge name or number is known. Non refundable in the event of a negative result.
Family History | More informationSearch Fee reduced. Initial search fee payable by members of E.C. Lodge where no lodge name or number is known. Non refundable in the event of a negative result.
My Ancestor was a Freemason | More informationMy Ancestor was a Freemason by Pat Lewis, 2005, SB, 48pp. This booklet is for the family who is trying to find information about ancestors who could have been Freemasons and possibly their portraits or photographs.
The Hall in the Garden | More informationThe 2006 Exhibition, which starts on 13th July 2006 to 20th October 2006 (admission free), has produced the book "The Hall in the Garden". The Headquarters of English Freemasonry have been located in Great Queen street since the last quarter of the eighteenth century.This book tells the story of the various buildings on the site and explores how Freemasonry adapted its buildings to the city's changing history.
Freemasonry,Symbols,Secrets,Significance | More informationFreemasonry,Symbols,Secrets,Significance by W.Kirk MacNulty,2006,HB,320pp.Drawing on some of the world's greatest collections of Masonic material,and including many objects never before published,this book offers a uniquely accessible,captivating and comprehensive picture of the organization.
Freemasonry & the Enlightment Architecture, Symbols & Influences | More informationFreemasonry & the Enlightment, by James Stevens Curl, 2011, HB, 356pp.
This book offers a wide-ranging, thorough and superbly illustrated study of Freemasonry's influence of Western culture.
Preface by Andrew Prescott.
British Freemasonry | More informationThe Medals and Jewels of British Freemasonry by Trevor I.Harris,2007,HB,140pp.This is the first general book of British Masonic medals to have been published in the past,but have been limited in scope as they refered to specific collections.The aim of this book is to present a user-friendly listing of British Masonic medals and jewels.
History of English Freemasonry | More informationPaperback, 32pp. This exhibition in Freemasons' Hall shows some of the milestones of Freemasonry's development from its origins in the 17th century England.
Freemasons' Hall: The Home and Heritage of the Craft | More informationSir James Stubbs and T.O. Haunch, 1983, hardback or paperback, 68pp. This book gives a brief guide into the history of Freemasons' Hall and an impression of how it is reflected in the building and its contents.
Discovering Friendly & Fraternal Societies | More informationNew Exhibition book Discovering Friendly and Fraternal Societies, their Badges and Regalia, SB, 2005, 160pp. Written by Victoria Solt Dennis.
Craft and Conflict | More informationExtensively illustrated guide to trench art and other objects associated with the history of Freemasonry in the armed forces and in situations of conflict. M.J.R. Dennis and N. Saunders, 2003, paperback, 64pp.
The Order of women Freemasons | More informationThe Open Door, The order of Women Freemasons 1908-2008 by Ann Pilcher-Dayton, 2008, SB, 298pp. This book is not intended to be a critical history of the Order of Women Freemasons, but it is hoped that it is as objective as possible. The Open Door was written for members of the Order and interested outsiders.
Warriors and the Bankers | More informationThe Warriors and the Bankers by Alan Butler & Stephen Dafoe,2006,SB,96pp.In this book, the research and writing team of Alna Butler and Stephen Dafoe bring their combined experiences to bear on the question asked for hundreds of years, what became of the Knights Templar? Arrested in 1307, dissolved in 1312 and executed by 1314, the Templars have been the subject of many theories concerning their possible survival.
Solomon's Temple Myth and History | More informationSolomon's Temple myth and history by William Hamblin and David Rolph Seely,2008,HB,224pp.This book draws on holy texts and mystic writings,works of art and architecture,modern reconstructions and photographs to reveal the myriad ways in which the temple and the sacred ground on which it stood have inspired mankind through the ages.
The Secret World of the Freemasons | More informationThe Secret World of the Freemasons by Tim Dedopulos, SB, 2010,128pp. This book takes a fascinating look inside this enigmatic institution and the trials facing the ancient order as it approaches the twenty-first Century.
Behind the Wire | More informationKeith Flynn OBE, paperback, 96pp.
The Secret History of Freemasonry | More informationThe secret History of Freemasonry. By Paul Nandon, 2005, SB, 308pp.
Paul Nandon reveals that there was in fact a vey intimate connection between the Masons and the Knights Templar. Nandon shows that the origins of today's Freemasonry can be traced as far as the colleges of artisans of ancient Rome.
Knights Templar Encyclopedia | More informationKnights Templar Encyclopedia by Karen Ralls PH.D. 2007, SB, 301pp.This book offers both general readers and specialists alike a remarkable source work on the famous medieval military order. The essential guide to the people, places, events and symbols of the Order.
The Knights Templar | More informationThe Knights Templar by Paul Ivison,2005,SB,112pp.'In 1118, nineteen years after the fall of Jerusalem to Christian hands, nine Knights arrived at the court of King Baudolin II, ruler of the new kingdom. The Knights stated that their mission was to protect the Pilgrims en route to the Holy Places of Jesus and they had taken vows of Poverty, Chastity and Obedience to the teaching of Christ'.
The Temples at Jerusalem | More informationGeorge Farrah, pp, 2003, 278pp.The aim of this book is to put together evidence collected from biblical, archaeological and historical sources, for a thorough, critical and hopefully stimulating discussion on the temples at Jerusalem and their connection with Freemasonry.
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