A Marine’s Marine: John A. Lejeune

This article examines the life and accomplishments of Major General and Freemason, John A. Lejeune. Read more

Now Open: Masonic Hall of Fame Exhibition

The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library cordially invites the public to their new interactive exhibition that showcases pivotal figures in Freemasonry and their unique contributions to American history. The Masonic Hall of Fame: Extraordinary Freemasons in American History just opened its doors and is on view through October 25, 2024, with new inductees added each year. Read more

The Traveling Men: Lewis & Clark

This article details the lives of American explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, their historic expedition, and their journey as Freemasons. Read more

The Four-Star Mason: Jimmy Doolittle

This is the complete guide to Jimmy Doolittle’s famous raid and his journey in Freemasonry. Read more

Ben Franklin and the Lodge of Nine Sisters

Franklin is a former Master of France’s Lodge of Nine Sisters (La Loge des Neuf Soeurs). This article explores the history of the lodge and his time as a member. Read more

The Four Lodges of England

This article describes how The Four Lodges of England formed the world’s first Masonic Grand Lodge and established modern Freemasonry. Read more

The Eye of Providence

This article explores the history of the Eye of Providence and explains its significance within Freemasonry. Read more

The Legacy of Bro. Harry Truman

This article details the life and career of President Harry S. Truman and his experience as a Freemason. Read more

The Meaning of “Rough Ashlar”

This article explains the symbolic significance of the rough ashlar in Freemasonry and its use in the fraternity’s teachings. Read more

An American Freemason: John Wayne

John Wayne was a one-of-a-kind talent and a passionate Freemason. This article explores his acting career and his journey within the craft. Read more