A Review by the Grand Master
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In 1717 the first Grand Lodge was founded in the Goose and Gridiron Tavern in London. Three hundred years later in the rather more spacious Royal Albert Hall, we saw the most grandiose Masonic celebration in living history.
And now Lewis Masonic is due to publish a book that will transport the reader to that momentous occasion.
Written by a well-known senior member of the United Grand Lodge of England and illustrated by spectacular photos from the day, this volume promises to act as a permanent exhibition of the great celebrations. Discover the story behind the Tercentenary with insights into the planning itself.
The Grand Master, His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent, was kind enough to take the time to review the design, publishing and production process for this historical work and has agreed to write a foreword.
The Grand Master learnt about the history of Lewis Masonic and shared which volumes he owned himself.
Keep an eye on the Lewis Masonic website and subscribe to our newsletter for more updates on this book and to discover who our mystery author is.
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