Proceedings of the Grand Commandery, Knights Templar and Appendant Orders of the District of Columbia Volume 23-28

Proceedings of the Grand Commandery, Knights Templar and Appendant Orders of the District of Columbia Volume 23-28

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...$34-7.10. Nineteen aged brethren and nine women entered into rest during the year. Past Grand Commander Thomas F. Penman, Chairman, again presents in his usual able and faithful manner the report of the Committee on Correspondence. He has four associates with him on the Committee and their names are appended with his to the report, but Frater Penman does the work. The proceedings of all the Grand Jurisdictions for 1918 except Idaho and Virginia are reviewed. Our doings in a Templar way here at the, Capitol, as revealed by our Grand Commandery Proceedings for 1918, are given most kind and generous consideration. Frater Penman's knightly courtesy and consideration are not confined to his pen po_int, as we can attest from personal experience when in attendance at the Grand Encampment at Philadelphia last September, for he was especially kind and courteous to us there and showed us attentions that made things very pleasant and agreeable to your Correspondent, and for which, to our good Frater Penman, we again make tender of thanks and knightly gratitude. Sir Frederick B. Black, Franklin, Grand Commander. Sir William W. Allen, Philadelphia, Grand Recorder. Next Annual Conclave, York, May 25, 1920. SOUTH CAROLINA, 1919. The Thirteenth Annual Conclave was held in the Masonic Temple, Greenville, April 9, 1919, R. E. Sir Kenneth Baker, Grand Commander, presiding. All the Grand Officers, except one, and five Past Grand Commanders are noted as present. Ten Commanderies were represented, three of them by proxies only. The Grand Master was represented by H. E. Sir Hugh A. Murrill, Grand Commander of North Carolina. He was cordially welcomed and accorded the usual honors, and he very happily expressed his thanks for the courtesy and his full...
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  • Paperback | 358 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 19mm | 640g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236776801
  • 9781236776808