Famous English Toast
May the cardinal virtues with the grand principals of Masonry always distinguish us; may we be happy to meet, sorry to part, and happy to meet again.
For the Widow's Sons
And here's to the sons of the widow. Whenever, wherever they roam. Here's all they require, and if they desire, A speedy return to their home.
Winfield Masons Link Page
Links of Historic Masonic Significance
Sword of Bunker Hill website - a historical and patriotic side Order of Freemasonry founded to
The Library and Museum of Freemasonry is located in London, England, explore the
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial was created to honor of the
Henry W. Coil Library and Museum of Freemasonry - Preserving and sharing
Phoenixmasonry Masonic Museum - The first online Masonic Museum
The Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania has a nice collection of materials
Praga Masonica is a curious museum of Prague and Bohemia Masonic significance located
Links of Masonic Education and Research
The Masonic Leader is a new site dedicated to the promotion of Masonic education.
The Masonic Service Association primary functions and activities include disaster relief,
Pietre-Stones Review of Freemasonry is an exhaustive resource of Masonic research and reviews
AskaFreemason.org was created as a national landing site by the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts A.F. & A.M. A wonderful website, it has a great forum which can answer many of your questions.
Other Links of Masonic Interest
Famous Kansas Masons
Famous Civil War Masons with ties to Kansas are Union General Dan Butterfield and Confederate General Lewis A. Armistead, both of whom were members of Union Lodge No. 7 in Junction City, Kansas. Other famous Kansas Masons include automotive giant Walter Chrysler (Apollo Lodge No. 297, Ellis, Kansas), Air Force General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold (Union Lodge No. 7), Army General Jonathan M. Wainwright (Union Lodge No. 7), noted psychiatrist Karl A. Menninger (Topeka Lodge No. 17), and former U.S. Senator and Majority Leader Bob Dole (Russell Lodge No. 177, Russell, Kansas).