Washington's Apron Explained Print


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The Museum of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania is proud to have the Masonic Apron of Brother George Washington among its most precious treasures. It was presented to the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania by the Washington Benevolent Society in 1829. Printed on heavy stock, this 11 X 17 inch poster explains the various meanings and backgrounds of the symbols found on this apron, the many silent emblems that have meaning only when interpreted. 43 symbols explained in black and white with colored image of apron in center. A great educational item!