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1939

JOSEPH EARL PERRY, Grand Master


Edwin O. Childs, Deputy Grand Master
George E. White, Senior Grand Warden
Rufus L. Titus, Junior Grand Warden

A picture of Rt. Wor. Henry S. Rowe appeared in the Frontispiece.


Contents

QUARTERLY COMMUNICATIONS

(held at Masonic Temple, Boston)

  • 03/08: 1939-52;
  • 06/14: 1939-189;
  • 09/13: 1939-280;
  • 12/13: 1939-364; (Annual Communication)

03/08 Agenda

  • 1939-59: Introduction of Guests. They were presented and made addresses on Page 1939-105. Grand Master Barrows presented the Grand Master with the Rhode Island distinguished service medal. The Grand Master decorated Most Wor. Duncan McLellan, Grand Master of Quebec, with the Henry Price Medal.
  • 1939-60: Report of the Committee on Records.
  • 1939-100: Report of Committee on Declaration of Principles.
  • 1939-106: Recognition of the National Grand Lodge of Palestine declined (there are conflicts of jurisdiction in Palestine between various constitutions, including England, Scotland, France and Egypt).
  • 1939-108: Recognition of the Grand Lodges at Barranquilla and Cartegena, Colombia, to replace the "Grand Lodge Occidental".
  • 1939-111: Address by Rt. Wor. Ernst Klatscher, former Grand Secretary of the now-dissolved Grand Lodge Lessing of the Three Rings of Czechoslovakia.

06/14 Agenda

  • 1939-196: Introduction of Guests. They were presented and made addresses on Page 1939-254.
  • 1939-196: Report of the Committee on Records.
  • 1939-201: Radio address by Most Wor. Frederick W. Hamilton on "The Masonic Fraternity".
  • 1939-203: Radio address by Grand Master Perry on "Freemasonry and Good Citizenship".
  • 1939-246: Motion to amend the Charter under the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, adding statements regarding the purposes of the corporation. Referred.
  • 1939-247: Chile earthquake relief report, and correspondence regarding the conditions in St. John's (Concepción). Also, a contribution for the effort from Sinim Lodge.
  • 1939-252: Reduction of fees authorized for Samuel D. Sherwood Lodge; declined for Macedonian, Milton, St. John's (Newburyport), St. Mark's ("The fees proposed are very substantial reductions from the present fees and are lower than those charged by any Lodge in these districts at the present time.")

09/13 Agenda

  • 1939-287: Reception of Most Wor. N.S. Turnbull, Jr., Grand Master of Masons in Virginia.
  • 1939-287: Report of the Committee on Records.
  • 1939-318: Budget for 1940.
  • 1939-327: Reduction of fees authorized for Milton Lodge.
  • 1939-335: Remarks by guests.

12/13 Agenda

"Massachusetts has been among the conservative Grand Lodges . . . it has always forbidden the publication in cipher or in any other form of all parts of the ritual not included in the Monitor. . . In contradistinction, Grand Lodges like England and Scotland freely permit the publication of almost the entire ritual. The only parts thereof not printed openly and in full are small parts of the obligations, the means of recognition, and an occasional keyword. Neither the English nor the Scottis Grand Lodge has officially adopted or published these printed rituals but their use is, nevertheless, encouraged.

"We are not prepared to go so far because it is not in accord with the prevailing sentiment of the Fraternity in this country. In this respect we ought to consider and not do violence to the feelings of our other American Grand Lodges.

"We do recommend unanimously that the Grand Master be authorized and requested to cause a suitable cipher ritual to be printed and to be made available to the Craft at such price and under such conditions and restrictions as he shall deem advisable."

  • 1939-446: Report of the Committee on Ritual; explanation of the symbolic penalties to be incorporated into the ritual.
  • 1939-447: Resolution regarding War Service; Grand Lodge to support the Masonic Service Association.
  • 1939-449: Re-election of Grand Master Joseph Earl Perry. Election of other Grand Lodge officers.
  • 1939-453: Reduction of fees authorized for the following Lodges: Esoteric, Hampden, Macedonian, Wollaston.

Grand Constitutions Amendment Proposals

  • 12/13: 1939-454; Amendment to Section 808, regarding medals for Past Masters of Lodges of Instruction; referred.

Grand Master's Address

  • 03/08: 1939-68; opening remarks; necrology; trip to Central and South America; Canal Zone; Grand Masters' Conference including the Declaration of Principles; Social Security Act; Chile earthquake relief; portrait of Jeremy Gridley; George Washington memorial services (150th anniversary of Washington's inauguration); on games of chance; trip to the Canal Zone.
  • 06/14: 1939-198; opening remarks; necrology; radio addresses on "Freemasonry and Good Citizenship" and "The Masonic Fraternity";Home and Hospital; expenditures; Lodges of Instruction; visits to other jurisdictions; New York Medal presented to Rt. Wor. Roscoe Pound; raising of the Grand Master's son at Richard C. MacLaurin Lodge; consolidations.
    • 1939-220: Lodge Finances, with various graphs and tables.
  • 09/13: 1939-289; opening remarks; necrology.
    • 1939-295: Freemasonry In a World At War: objectives; budget; District Grand Lodges (China headquarters moved to Shanghai; resignation of Rt. Wor. Vergil Bradfield and promotion of Rt. Wor. Nelson F. Lurton to District Grand Master); North Dakota golden jubilee; pilgrimage to Great Britain, including a description of the installation ceremony in England; "a nation on the verge of war."
  • 12/13: 1939-374; opening remarks; necrology; admissions; year in review; trip to Canal Zone and South America; Declaration of Principles; George Washington sesquicentennial; radio broadcast; overseas districts; England; Scottish Rite convention; consolidation; personnel; publication fund; visits to other jurisdictions; business affairs of the Grand Lodge; finances; relief; education; war activity; ruling on interruption of a degree; Grand Secretary's addresses; peace; conclusion "and a program" (a description of the Grand Master's "Program for 1940", beginning on Page 1939-398, with excerpts from the Plan Book); overseas districts reprised; membership (1,498 initiates through 08/31/1939); visits; Henry Price and Distinguished Service Medals; Financial Reports.
    • 1939-376: The Tide Has Turned.

Lodge By-Law Changes

Necrologies and Memorials

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Tatsch, Ridings, Randall

  • 03/08: 1939-68; Death of Rt. Wor. Alden Brooks Hefler, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 03/08: 1939-69; Death of Rt. Wor. Albert G. Brock, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 03/08: 1939-70; Death of Rt. Wor. Clarence C. Pierce, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 03/08: 1939-70; Death of Rt. Wor. Edward L. Shinn, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 03/08: 1939-71; Death of Rt. Wor. Robert N. Hathaway, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 06/14: 1939-198; Death of Rt. Wor. Owen B. Murray, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 06/14: 1939-199; Death of Rt. Wor. Fred H. Richards, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 06/14: 1939-198; Death of Rt. Wor. Edward J. Ellis, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 09/13: 1939-289; Death of Wor. J. Hugo Tatsch, Director of Education and Grand Lodge Librarian; mentioned in Grand Master's Address. A picture of Bro. Tatsch appear opposite Page 1939-289.
  • 09/13: 1939-291; Death of Rt. Wor. William Ridings, Past Junior Grand Warden; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
    • 09/13: 1939-328; Memorial, presented by Most Wor. Arthur D. Prince, for the committee. A picture of Bro. Ridings appears opposite Page 1939-328.
  • 09/13: 1939-292; Death of Rt. Wor. H. Greeley Randall, Past Junior Grand Warden; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
    • 09/13: 1939-331; Memorial, presented by Rt. Wor. Gurdon W. Gordon, for the committee. A picture of Bro. Randall appears opposite Page 1939-331.
  • 09/13: 1939-293; Death of Rt. Wor. Lester S. Couch, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 09/13: 1939-293; Death of Rt. Wor. Francis E. Folger, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 09/13: 1939-294; Death of Rt. Wor. Roy F. Allen, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 09/13: 1939-293; Death of Rt. Wor. William L. Walker, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.

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Henry Rowe

  • 12/13: 1939-375; Death of Rt. Wor. Henry S. Rowe, Past Junior Grand Warden; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
    • 12/13: 1939-455; Memorial, presented by Rt. Wor. H. LeRoy Billings, for the committee. A picture of Bro. Rowe appears in the Frontispiece.
  • 12/13: 1939-375; Death of Rt. Wor. John W. Withington, Past Senior Grand Warden; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.
  • 12/13: 1939-294; Death of Rt. Wor. George R. Hall, Past District Deputy Grand Master; mentioned in Grand Master's Address.

Petitions for Charters

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Enfield in 1938, showing Masonic Hall

  • 1939-242: Petition for consolidation of Bethel and Eden Lodges, with Eden's charter to take precedence. Note: this was the first merger to take place in Massachusetts since 1859. It was occasioned by the creation of the Quabbin Reservoir, which submerged the town of Enfield. Approved.

SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS

  • 01/12: 1939-1. Balboa, Canal Zone. Reception for the Grand Lodge of Panama and official visits.
    • 1939-2: Official reception of the Grand Lodge of Panama.
    • 1939-3: Degree work by Army, Darien and Chagres Lodges.
    • 1939-3: "Appropriate addresses" by Grand Master Perry and Grand Master Robles of Panama.
  • 01/14: 1939-4. Panama City, Panama. Reception by the Grand Lodge of Panama.
    • 1939-5: Grand Lodge opened and proceeded under escort to the lodge-room, where Most Wor. David C. Robles, Grand Master, received the Grand Master and his officers.
    • 1939-6: Address by Wor. German Arroyo, Grand Orator of Panama, and Grand Master Perry (both reproduced in full).
  • 02/16: 1939-12. Gardner. 75th Anniversary of Hope Lodge.
    • 1939-12: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Robert M. Crouch, Master of Hope Lodge.
    • 1939-13: An "interesting and inspiring" address by the Grand Master. Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1939-13ff: History of Hope Lodge by Wor. Fordyce D. Reynolds. Notes on the locations of lodge-rooms in Gardner.
  • 03/02: 1939-29. Belmont. 75th Anniversary of Belmont Lodge.
    • 1939-29: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Stanley G. Russell, Master of Belmont Lodge.
    • 1939-30: An address "full of inspiration and information" by the Grand Master. Remarks by other Brothers. Wor. Horace Parker, the Senior Past Master of the Lodge, came from Southern California to be at this meeting.
    • 1939-31ff: History of Belmont Lodge by Bro. Edwin A. Cheney.
    • 1939-403ff: Address by Most Wor. Frederick W. Hamilton: What Can I Do, reproduced in full.
  • 03/06: 1939-43. Swampscott. 25th Anniversary of Wayfarers Lodge.
    • 1939-43: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Herbert P. Hollnagel, Master of Wayfarers Lodge.
    • 1938-44: Grand Master addressed the Brethren "interestingly and inspiringly." Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1938-44: A presentation of Carl Claudy's play "The Greatest of These".
    • 1938-45ff: History of Wayfarers Lodge.
  • 03/21: 1939-117. Middleboro. 75th Anniversary of May Flower Lodge. Most Wor. Frederick W. Hamilton presiding in a Deputy Grand Lodge.
    • 1939-117: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Robert A. Clark, Master of May Flower Lodge.
    • 1939-118: Exercises at Central Congregational Church, with Wor. Clark as Toastmaster. 19 Brethren from the 50th Anniversary celebration were present, and 4 Brethren from the 25th Anniversary celebration were also present. The acting Deputy Grand Master and other Brethren made remarks.
    • 1939-119ff: History of May Flower Lodge by Rt. Wor. Frederick S. Weston.
  • 03/27: 1939-130. Littleton. 10th Anniversary of Tahattawan Lodge. Junior Grand Warden Rufus L. Titus presiding.
    • 1939-130: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Paul R. Selfridge, Master of Tahattawan Lodge.
    • 1938-131: The Acting Grand Master and other Grand Lodge officers made remarks.
    • 1938-131: Presentation of a Distinguished Service medal to Wor. Arthur H. Frost, the first Master of the Lodge.
    • 1938-131ff: History of Tahattawan Lodge, by Wor. Chester T. Dolan.
  • 04/17: 1939-139. West Medford. 25th Anniversary of Sagamore Lodge.
    • 1939-139: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Lewis W. Ellis, Master of Sagamore Lodge.
    • 1939-140: Grand Master's Address "in his best and most inspiring vein." Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1939-141ff: History of Sagamore Lodge.
  • 04/30: 1939-172. Springfield. The sesquicentennial of Washington's inauguration.
    • 1939-172: Grand Lodge opened in the Chapel of Christ Church Cathedral and proceeded into the audience room.
    • 1939-173: Service by Very Rev. Percy T. Edrop, Dean of the Cathedral and Rev. Marshall E. Mott, Grand Chaplains.
    • 1939-173: Address by the Grand Master, "George Washington: A Great Mason in a Great Crisis", reproduced in full, along with the Declaration of Principles. The address was broadcast from radio station WMAS.

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Franklin Temple

  • 05/20: 1939-182. Franklin. Dedication of a Masonic Temple.
    • 1939-183: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Basil M. Parsons, Master of Excelsior Lodge.
    • 1939-183: Dedication performed "with full ceremony".
    • 1939-183: Grand Master's Address "in his most helpful and inspiring vein," reproduced in full on Page 1939-185. Addresses by other Brothers.
    • 1939-184: Concert by Brockton Masonic Orchestra; a "bountiful dinner"; and an address by Most Wor. Melvin M. Johnson on "the work of Freemasonry in establishing the principle of toleration."
  • 06/19: 1939-256. Ashland. 75th Anniversary of North Star Lodge. Deputy Grand Master Edwin O. Childs presiding.
    • 1939-256: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Charles A. Bussell, Master of North Star Lodge.
    • 1939-257: A "timely and inspiring" address by the Acting Grand Master. Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1939-257: (06/18) Commemmorative service at the Ashland Federated Church, sermon by Rev. Dr. Eugene Dinsmore Dolloff.
    • 1939-258ff: History of North Star Lodge by Wor. Charles A. Dearborn.
  • 06/19: 1939-273. Ipswich. 75th Anniversary of John T. Heard Lodge.
    • 1939-273: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Harry S. Merson, Master of John T. Heard Lodge.
    • 1939-274: Address by the Grand Master in "his usual happy manner." Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1939-274: (09/07) Ladies' Night at the Town Hall; (09/10) commemorative church service at Methodist Episcopal Church, with a sermon by Rev. Daniel A. Thurston.
    • 1939-275ff: History of John T. Heard Lodge by Wor. Charles R. Damon.
  • 09/16: 1939-336. Holyoke. Consolidation of Mount Nonotuck and William Whiting Lodges.
    • 1939-337: Grand Lodge opened and was received by the Masters of both Lodges.
    • 1939-338: Consolidation ceremonies, described in detail.
    • 1939-342: Address by Grand Master Perry, reproduced in full.
  • 10/18: 1939-347. Athol. 75th Anniversary of Star Lodge.
    • 1939-347: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Arthur E. Williams, Master of Star Lodge.
    • 1939-348: Address by the Grand Master "full of interest and information and was warmly received by the Brethren." Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1939-348ff: History of Star Lodge by Wor. Charles R. Damon.
  • 10/24: 1939-360. Winchester. Dedication of apartments and installation of officers of William Parkman Lodge.
    • 1939-360: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. W. Allan White, Master of William Parkman Lodge.
    • 1939-361: Apartments dedicated "with full form and ceremony."
    • 1939-361: Installation of officers. Grand Master's Address "in his usual interesting and stimulating manner." Remarks by other Brothers. Presentation of a Joseph Warren Medal to Bro. Ernest R. Eustis, the Secretary of the Lodge.
  • 10/27: 1939-362. Ware. Consolidation of Bethel and Eden Lodges.
    • 1939-362: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Donald S. Dinsmore, Master of Eden Lodge.
    • 1939-363: Consolidation ceremonies ("in accordance with the ritual given above on pages 336 et. seq.).
    • 1939-363: Address by the Grand Master, "most helpful and stimulating to thought."

FEAST OF ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST

(held at Masonic Temple, Boston, 12/27/1939)

  • 1939-461: Opening and roll call.
  • 1939-465: Reception of guests, including neighboring Grand Masters.
  • 1939-466: Report of Grand Secretary; 1,531 Diplomas issued through 08/31/1939. Two lodges not represented in 1939.
  • 1939-467: Installation of Joseph Earl Perry as Grand Master. Installation of other Grand Lodge officers.
  • 1939-475: Addresses by guests. Presentation of the Josiah Hayden Drummond Medal by the Grand Master of Maine to Grand Master Perry. Presentation of Henry Price Medals to Maine Brothers.
  • 1939-477: Feast of St. John, listing toasts and names of speakers.
    • 1939-478: The Grand Master. Short biography of Grand Master Paul Dean.
    • 1939-481: Deputy Grand Master Samuel H. Wragg.
    • 1939-483: Most Wor. John E. Allen, Grand Master of North Carolina.
    • 1939-488: Most Wor. Herschel H. Rose, Past Grand Master of Virginia.
    • 1939-496: Wor. Frank L. Eversull, Grand Orator of North Dakota: The Debt Eternal.

LIST OF LODGES IN MASSACHUSETTS BY DISTRICT: 1939

There were 47 districts in Massachusetts in 1939 (numbered 1 through 33), as well as districts for Chile, China and the Canal Zone.

DISTRICT 1: Boston

Henry W. Stevens, District Deputy Grand Master; 10 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-513

DISTRICT 2C: Cambridge

H. LeRoy Billings, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-514

DISTRICT 2B: Boston

A. Neill Osgood, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-515

DISTRICT 3B: Boston

John L. Davis, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-516

DISTRICT 3C: Chelsea

S. Kenneth Skolfield, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-517

DISTRICT 4SB: South Boston

Stanley B. Vandersall, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-518

DISTRICT 4D: Dorchester

William P. Watt, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-519

DISTRICT 4R: Roxbury

Joseph T. Zottoli, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-520

DISTRICT 5W: Waltham

Francis D. Taylor, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-521

DISTRICT 5B: Brighton

Samuel H. Wragg, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-522

DISTRICT 6S: Somerville

Paul N. Shiverick, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-523

DISTRICT 6A: Arlington

Eugene B. Hamilton, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-524

DISTRICT 7MA: Malden

C. Francis Munger, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-525

DISTRICT 7ME: Melrose

Roy A. Hovey, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-526

DISTRICT 8S: Salem

Alden P. Crosby, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-527

DISTRICT 8L: Lynn

Harry E. Trask, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-528

DISTRICT 9: Gloucester

Harold S. Maddocks, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-529

DISTRICT 10: Newburyport

John A. Wilson, Jr., District Deputy Grand Master'; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-530

DISTRICT 11: Lawrence

Gusta A. Stachelhaus, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-531

DISTRICT 12: Lowell

Paul L. Perkins, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-532

DISTRICT 13F: Fitchburg

George W. Tooker, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-533

DISTRICT 13B: Barre

Harold F. Brown, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-534

DISTRICT 14: Greenfield

William Hunter, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-535

DISTRICT 15: North Adams

Ralph E. Ballou, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-536

DISTRICT 16: Pittsfield

John P. Palmer, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-537

DISTRICT 17: Holyoke

Ronald Astley, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-538

DISTRICT 18C: Chicopee

Daniel Love, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-539

DISTRICT 18S: Springfield

George W. Gray, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-540

DISTRICT 19: Palmer

Charles F. Dingman, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-541

DISTRICT 20: Blackstone

Philip E. Thomas, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-542

DISTRICT 21: Brookfield

Frank Carroll, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-543

DISTRICT 22: Worcester

Ernest F. Maynard, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-544

DISTRICT 23: Natick

Edward A. Harding, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-545

DISTRICT 24: Marlborough

Harry E. Burnham, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-546

DISTRICT 25: Hyde Park

Eliot C. French, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-547

DISTRICT 26: Quincy

James S. Collins, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-548

DISTRICT 27: Plymouth

J. Lyman Wadsworth, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-549

DISTRICT 28T: Taunton

Frederick S. Weston, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-550

DISTRICT 28A: Attleboro

Carl H. Carlson, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-551

DISTRICT 29: Brockton

Roger Keith, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-552

DISTRICT 30F: Fall River

George M. Jackson, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-553

DISTRICT 30NB: New Bedford

Austin M. Thresher, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-554

DISTRICT 31: Nantucket

Edwin L. Morse, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-555

DISTRICT 32H: Hyannis

Freeman C. Bartlett, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-556

DISTRICT 32P: Provincetown

Harold Tuttle, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-557

DISTRICT 33: Springfield

George W. Streeter, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-558

CANAL ZONE DISTRICT

Lewis B. Bates, District Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-559

CHINA DISTRICT

Nathan E. Lurton, District Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-560

CHILE DISTRICT

Joseph S. McDonald, District Deputy Grand Master; 3 Lodges
Tabular: 1939-561


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