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1956

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WHITFIELD WHITTEMORE JOHNSON, Esq., Grand Master


Andrew G. Jenkins, Deputy Grand Master
Carl R. MacKenney, Senior Grand Warden
Perley E. Miller, Junior Grand Warden


Contents

QUARTERLY COMMUNICATIONS

(held at Masonic Temple, Boston)

  • 03/14: 1956-67;
  • 06/13: 1956-150;
  • 09/12: 1956-201;
  • 12/12: 1956-371; (Annual Communication)

03/14 Agenda

  • 1956-75: Reception and introduction of guests, as well as Grand Representatives.
  • 1956-75: Report of Committee on Records.
  • 1956-116: Installation of District Grand Master for the Canal Zone, Rt. Wor. Clarence L. Johnston.

06/13 Agenda

  • 1956-157: Reception and introduction of guests, as well as Grand Representatives.
  • 1956-180: Report of the Committee on Foreign Relations; protest by the Grand Lodge of the Valle of Mexico, no recommendation; recognition of Grand Lodge of Turkey tabled; recognition of Grand Lodge of China (in Taipei).
  • 1956-185: Remarks by District Grand Master Clarence L. Johnston, of the Canal Zone.

09/12 Agenda

  • 1956-209: Reception and introduction of guests, as well as Grand Representatives.
  • 1956-232: Presentation of a Henry Price Medal to Rt. Wor. S. Kenneth Skolfield, and to Most Wor. Paul L. Powers, Past Grand Master of Maine.
  • 1956-233: Budget for 1957.
  • 1956-240ff: Address by Most Wor. Thomas S. Roy, Immortality.

12/12 Agenda

Visits by Deputy Grand Master and Grand Wardens appear beginning on Page 1956-448.

  • 1956-450: Election of Rt. Wor. Andrew G. Jenkins as Grand Master. Election of other Grand Officers.
  • 1956-455: Report of Committee on Returns.

Grand Constitutions Amendment Proposals

  • 09/12: 1956-226; proposal to amend Rule X of the Rules As To By-Laws regarding life memberships; referred.
    • 12/12: 1956-451; deferred until June 1957.

Grand Master's Address

  • 03/14: 1956-82; opening remarks; necrology; visit to Canal Zone; other visits; tax laws; Masonic Festival; Veteran Past Masters' Certificates (3 in excess of 50 years); treaty with the Grand Lodge of Panama; Masonic Inspiration.
  • 06/13: 1956-159; opening remarks; necrology; visitations; reception in collateral and related bodies; constitution of Emeth Lodge; all-Masonic festival; Veteran Past Masters' Certificates (7 in excess of 50 years); by-law relief for Simon W. Robinson Lodge, and ruling on By-Laws; other rulings; Masonry in the Virgin Islands (determined "unwise" to establish Lodges in the Virgin Islands; see below); Commissioners of Trials; Home and Hospital; conclusion.

". . . after carefully considering the various problems involved, it seems unwise for our Grand Lodge to attempt to establish Lodges in the Virgin Islands. . . It is my understanding that the Brethren on St. Croix have applied to the Grand Lodge of Puerto Rico, which, although a Spanish-speaking Grand Lodge, I believe stands ready to issue a dispensation authorizing the Lodge to work in English."

  • 09/12: 1956-211; opening remarks; necrology; visits; Masonic Home and Hospital; Veteran Past Masters' Certificate (1 in excess of 50 years); Life Memberships; Masonic Inspiration and other rulings; Masonic Service Association; conclusion.
  • 12/12: 1956-382; opening remarks; necrology; visitations; new Lodges; corner-stone ceremonies; dedication of Temples; mortgage burning; Masonic Service Association; Veteran Past Masters' Certificates (7 in excess of 50 years); Annual reports; membership (4,879 new Master Masons, 130,906 members as of 08/31/1956); discipline cases; balloting; finances; costumes; Christmas parties at the Home and Hospital; Department of Education; Department of Service; Board of Masonic Relief; Library and Museum; Auditors' summary; visits; medals.

Lodge By-Law Changes

Necrologies and Memorials

  • NECROLOGIES (in Grand Master's Address)
    • 03/14: 1956-85; Rt. Wor. William Henry Crafts, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 03/14: 1956-85; Rt. Wor. William Henry Glover, Past District Deputy Grand Master, Past Grand Pursuivant.
    • 03/14: 1956-85; Rt. Wor. Harry Wilkinson, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 03/14: 1956-85; Rt. Wor. Herbert E. Fletcher, Past Deputy Grand Master.
    • 06/13: 1956-160; Rt. Wor. Samuel Tupper Macquarrie, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 06/13: 1956-160; Rt. Wor. Warren Benjamin Goddard, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 06/13: 1956-160; Wor. Robert Franz Reissmann, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 06/13: 1956-160; Rt. Wor. Howard Allison Gray, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 06/13: 1956-160; Rt. Wor. John Henry Joy, Past District Deputy Grand Master, Past Senior Grand Deacon.
    • 09/12: 1956-212; Rt. Wor. Leon Edgar Smith, Past District Deputy Grand Master, Past Grand Standard Bearer.
    • 09/12: 1956-212; Rt. Wor. John Charles White, Grand Pursuivant.
    • 09/12: 1956-212; Rt. Wor. Philip Edwin Thomas, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 09/12: 1956-212; Rt. Wor. Everett Benjamin Stacey, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 09/12: 1956-212; Rt. Wor. Kendall Ainsworth Sanderson, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 09/12: 1956-212; Rt. Wor. Charles Edward Perry Thompson, Past Junior Grand Warden.
    • 12/12: 1956-383; Rt. Wor. William Edgar Snow, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/12: 1956-383; Rt. Wor. Arthur Wellman Hoe, Past District Deputy Grand Master.

Petitions for Charters

SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS

  • 01/16: 1956-1; Balboa, CZ. Visit to Army, Darien and Chagres Lodges in joint communication.
    • 1956-2: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Ray D. Wilson, Jr., Master of Darien Lodge.
    • 1956-2: Presentation of Entered Apprentice degree by the Lodges.
    • 1956-2: Remarks by the Grand Master.
  • 01/17: 1956-4; Balboa, CZ. Visit to Grand Lodge of Panama.
    • 1956-5: Opening of Grand Lodge.
    • 1956-5: Reception of the Grand Master by Most Wor. Rogelio Mario Teran, Grand Master of Panama.
    • 1956-5: An "eloquent oration" by Wor. Vicente Avendano, Grand Lecturer of Panama; reply by the Grand Master.
  • 01/18: 1956-6; Ancon, CZ. Visit to Canal Zone and Isthmian Lodges in joint communication.
    • 1956-7: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Harry F. Shannon, Master of Isthmian Lodge.
    • 1956-7: Presentation of Fellow Craft degree by the Lodges.
    • 1956-7: Remarks by the Grand Master, and by other Brothers.
  • 01/20: 1956-8; Cristobal, CZ. Visit to Sibert and Sojourners Lodges in joint communication.
    • 1956-9: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. William A. Hadarits, Master of Sojourners Lodge.
    • 1956-9: Presentation of Master Mason degree by the Lodges.
    • 1956-9: Remarks by the Grand Master, and by other Brothers. The Grand Master's Address is reproduced in full beginning on Page 1956-10.
  • 02/07: 1956-20; Brockton. Centenary of Paul Revere Lodge.
    • 1956-20: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Joseph E. Arms, Master of Paul Revere.
    • 1956-21: Attorney General Bro. George A. Fingold brought the greetings of Governor Christian A. Herter. Congratulations were also received from Most Wor. William J. McMahon, Grand Master of Virginia, the Lt. Governor, Bro. Sumner Whittier, and Senator Leverett Saltonsall.
    • 1956-21: Presentation of a 25-year medal to Bro. Carl E. Strattman, visiting from California, by Past Grand Master Roy.
    • 1956-22: The Grand Master was presented a framed Masonic certificate signed by Paul Revere as Senior Warden of Rising States Lodge, dated 01/16/1800.
    • 1956-22: The Grand Master presented a Distinguished Service Medal to Wor. George W. Smith.
    • 1956-22: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brothers.
    • 1956-22: Bro. Perley G. Flint presented the Grand Master and Grand Marshal with certificates for new shoes, "fitting mementos of the City of Brockton."
    • 1956-23: The Grand Master presented Wor. Arms "three beautiful Paul Revere silver teaspoons‚" reproductions of the originals.
    • 1956-24ff: History of Paul Revere Lodge, by Wor. George W. Smith.
  • 02/11: 1956-42; Westfield. Centenary of Mount Moriah Lodge.
    • 1956-42: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Ray L. Bartlett, Jr., Master of Mount Moriah Lodge.
    • 1956-43: A "bountiful dinner" at the First Methodist Church, and a public worship service led by Rev. Bro. H. Newton Clay, with the Grand Master making the principal address.
    • 1956-44ff: History of Mount Moriah Lodge, by Rt. Wor. Paul E. Brodeur.
  • 03/06: 1956-55: Boston. Centenary of Revere Lodge.
    • 1956-55: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Warren B. Clark, Master of Revere Lodge.
    • 1956-56: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brothers.
    • 1956-57ff: History the Lodge, by Bro. Bert P. Brockbank.
  • 03/24: 1956-122; Framingham Hills. Dedication of Masonic apartments.
    • 1956-122: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Alexander F. Turner, Master of Middlesex Lodge, and Wor. F. Edward Wilson, Master of Alpha Lodge.
    • 1956-123: Dedication exercises.
    • 1956-123: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brethren.
    • 1956-123: A "bountiful dinner" for 450 brethren and guests in the banquet hall. "The attendance taxed the dining hall facilities, making it necessary to serve them in two separate groups."
  • 04/10: 1956-125; East Bridgewater. 75th Anniversary of Satucket Lodge.
    • 1956-125: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. L. Robert Fisher, Master of Satucket Lodge.
    • 1956-126: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brethren.
    • 1956-127ff: History of Satucket Lodge, by Wor. Forest W. Cousins, Bro. Richard W. Cooper and Bro. Hugh H. Hubbard.
  • 05/04: 1956-140; Newburyport. Constitution of Emeth Lodge and installation of officers.
    • 1956-141: Grand Lodge opened and was received by members of the Lodge.
    • 1956-141: Constitution of Emeth Lodge; officers installed.
    • 1956-141: Grand Master's remarks, "words of congratulation and good wishes."
    • 1956-142: Officers for 1956 and its Charter Members.
  • 05/24: 1956-144; Longmeadow. 25th Anniversary of Longmeadow Lodge.
    • 1956-144: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. George B. Shawn, Master of Longmeadow Lodge.
    • 1956-145: Charter Members presented to the East, and the presentation of a "well-merited tribute" by the Grand Master. A Memorial Service for departed Brethren.
    • 1956-145: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brethren.
    • 1956-146ff: History of Longmeadow Lodge, by Wor. Louis E. Combs and Wor. Harry L. Roberts.
  • 08/27: 1956-186; Webster. Corner-stone laying for Masonic Temple.
    • 1956-187: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Daniel B. Clark, Master of Webster Lodge.
    • 1956-187: Dedication exercises "in accordance with ancient form and ceremony in the presence of many interested spectators."
    • 1956-187: Contents of corner-stone box.
    • 1956-188: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brethren and the banquet.
  • 09/08: 1956-189; Shelburne Falls. 150th Anniversary of Mountain Lodge.
    • 1956-189: Grand Lodge opened at the Chapel of the Emmanuel Memorial Episcopal Church, and was received by Wor. Raymond E. Nichols, Master of Mountain Lodge.
    • 1956-190: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brethren.
    • 1956-191ff: History of Mountain Lodge, by Wor. Deane H. Jones.
  • 09/17: 1956-295; North Reading. Constitution of North Reading Lodge and installation of officers.
    • 1956-296: Grand Lodge opened and was received by members of the Lodge.
    • 1956-296: Constitution of North Reading Lodge; officers installed.
    • 1956-296: Grand Master's remarks.
    • 1956-297: Officers for 1957 and its Charter Members.
  • 09/21: 1956-299; Boston. Centenary of Joseph Warren Lodge.
    • 1956-299: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Harry S. Hart, Master of Joseph Warren Lodge.
    • 1956-300: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brothers.
    • 1956-301ff: History of Joseph Warren Lodge, by Wor. Horace Guild and Wor. Earl Scamman.
  • 10/24: 1956-306; Melrose. Centenary of Wyoming Lodge. Held at First Methodist Church due to unfinished alterations of the Lodge's Temple.
    • 1956-307: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Theodore K. Cathcart, Master of Wyoming Lodge.
    • 1956-307: Banquet in Memorial Hall. Address by the Grand Master and other Brothers.
    • 1956-309ff: History of Wyoming Lodge, by Wor. Galen W. Hoyt. (Includes a number of short biographies of charter members and original officers.)
  • 11/04: 1956-330; East Dennis. Laying of the Corner-stone of Wesleyan Methodist Church.
    • 1956-331: Grand Lodge opened at Sears Memorial Hall, and was escorted by members of Mount Horeb Lodge to the building site.
    • 1956-331: Religious service, led by Rev. Stanley T. Plumer. Sermon by Rev. Lawrence A. Nyberg.
    • 1956-331: Corner-stone ceremony. Contents of corner-stone box.
  • 11/07: 1956-333; Bedford. Constitution of Frank W. Thompson Lodge and installation of officers.
    • 1956-334: Grand Lodge opened and was received by members of the Lodge.
    • 1956-334: Constitution of Frank W. Thompson Lodge; officers installed.
    • 1956-334: Grand Master's remarks.
    • 1956-335: Officers for 1957 and its Charter Members.
  • 11/14: 1956-337; Lynn. 50th Anniversary of Damascus Lodge.
    • 1956-338: Grand Lodge opened at Lynn English High School, and was received by Wor. Rodney L. MacNeill, Master of Damascus Lodge.
    • 1956-338: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brethren.
    • 1956-339ff: History of Damascus Lodge, by Rt. Wor. Mial D. Chase.
  • 11/15: 1956-356; Beverly. Dedication of Masonic Temple.
    • 1956-357: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Edward H. Ober, Master of Liberty Lodge, and the Brethren of Liberty and Budleigh Lodges.
    • 1956-357: Dedication exercises, "in full form and ceremony in accordance with the ancient usages of the Craft."
    • 1956-357: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brethren.
  • 11/29: 1956-358; Boston. Bicentennial of the Lodge of St. Andrew.
    • 1956-359: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Edward H. Osgood, Jr., Master of the Lodge of St. Andrew.
    • 1956-359: Reception of Most Wor. John Christie Steward, Past Grand Master Mason, and Rt. Wor. R.H.F. Moncrieff, Past Substitute Grand Master, from the Grand Lodge of Scotland.
    • 1956-360: Entered Apprentice Degree.
    • 1956-360: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brothers, including the distinguished guests from Scotland.
  • 12/08: 1956-362; Millbury. Burning of the mortgage of Olive Branch Lodge.
    • 1956-363: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Clyde L. Dickie, Master of Olive Branch Lodge. Adjournment to Millbury High School.
    • 1956-363: A "very impressive ceremony" for the burning of the mortgage, followed by a rededication ceremony "adapted from the ancient ceremony of the dedication of a new Temple."
    • 1956-363: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brothers.
    • 1956-365: History of Olive Branch Lodge, by Wor. James Higginbottom.

FEAST OF ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST

(held at Masonic Temple, Boston, 12/27/1956)

  • 1956-456: Opening and roll call.
  • 1956-462: Reception and introduction of guests, as well as Grand Representatives.
  • 1956-462: Report of Grand Secretary: 4,926 Diplomas through 08/31/1956. List of lodges not represented in Grand Lodge in 1956, as well as the past 2-4 years.
  • 1956-463: Presentation of Henry Price Medal to Rt. Wor. Ralph M. Lehr, Past Grand Master of Pennsylvania.
  • 1956-463: Installation of Grand Master Jenkins. Installation of other Grand Officers.
  • 1956-467: Feast of St. John, listing toasts and names of speakers:
    • 1956-467: The Grand Master.
    • 1956-468: Rt. Wor. Leverett Saltonstall.
    • 1956-469: Lieutenant Governor Sumner Whittier.
    • 1956-470: Rt. Wor. Ralph M. Lehr, Past Grand Master of Pennsylvania.
    • 1956-472: Most Wor. Walter R. Bradford, Grand Master of Québec.
    • 1956-474: Introduction of Past Grand Masters present; remarks of Past Grand Master Johnson.
    • 1956-479: The Grand Master.
    • 1956-483: Deputy Grand Master Herbert N. Faulkner.
    • 1956-485: Past Grand Master Henry F. Collins of South Carolina. Note: this speaker's remarks includes a very offensive use of the word n***** in an opening joke. In later jokes, he uses the words b**** and b*****d.
    • 1956-401: Grand Master Leslie F. Murch of New Hampshire.
    • 1956-403: Bro. Sumner G. Whittier, Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts.
    • 1956-407: Grand Master Raymond C. Ellis of New York.

LIST OF LODGES IN MASSACHUSETTS BY DISTRICT: 1956

There were 47 districts in Massachusetts in 1956 (numbered 1 through 33), as well as districts for Chile, China and the Canal Zone.

DISTRICT 1: Boston

Frank S. Spencer, District Deputy Grand Master; 10 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-501

DISTRICT 2: Cambridge

John E. Eaton, Jr., District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-502

DISTRICT 2: Boston

Alden B. Ackerman, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-503

DISTRICT 3: Boston

Wilbert Henry, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-504

DISTRICT 3: Chelsea

Thomas Knudson, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-505

DISTRICT 4: South Boston

Francis A. Troy, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-506

DISTRICT 4: Dorchester

A. Ralph Durning, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-507

DISTRICT 4: Roxbury

Theodore F. Tuttle, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-508

DISTRICT 5: Waltham

Robert T. Westermark, District Deputy Grand Master; x Lodges
Tabular: 1956-509

DISTRICT 5: Brighton

C. Frank Carbee, District Deputy Grand Master; x Lodges
Tabular: 1956-510

DISTRICT 6: Somerville

Frank W. Haynes, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-511

DISTRICT 6: Arlington

Charles D. Harrington, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-512

DISTRICT 7: Malden

Stanley F. Maxwell, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-513

DISTRICT 7: Melrose

Herbert N. Faulkner, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-514

DISTRICT 8: Salem

Marshall W. Hunt, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-515

DISTRICT 8: Lynn

Carroll B. French, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-516

DISTRICT 9: Gloucester

Francis H. Whipple, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-517

DISTRICT 10: Newburyport

Frank M. Hargreaves, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-518

DISTRICT 11: Lawrence

Perley H. Locke, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-519

DISTRICT 12: Lowell

William A. Smith, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-520

DISTRICT 13: Fitchburg

Stanley MacPhadden, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-521

DISTRICT 13: Barre

William G. Thorp, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-522

DISTRICT 14: Greenfield

George H. Sheldon, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-523

DISTRICT 15: North Adams

Chandler M. Holmes, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-524

DISTRICT 16: Pittsfield

William E. Morgan, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-525

DISTRICT 17: Holyoke

Edgar G. Thompson, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-526

DISTRICT 18: Chicopee

Robert W. Peterson, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-527

DISTRICT 18: Springfield

Arnold T. Wiggin, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-528

DISTRICT 19: Palmer

Robert F. Rutter, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-529

DISTRICT 20: Blackstone

Harold E. Chafee, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-530

DISTRICT 21: Brookfield

Leslie B. Goff, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-531

DISTRICT 22: Worcester

G. Willard King, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-532

DISTRICT 23: Natick

Leslie C. Childs, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-533

DISTRICT 24: Marlboro

Herbert P. Faber, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-534

DISTRICT 25: Hyde Park

Gordon W. Weddleton, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-535

DISTRICT 26: Quincy

Frank S. Treco, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-536

DISTRICT 27: Plymouth

Harold W. Baker, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-537

DISTRICT 28: Taunton

Winthrop L. Baker, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-538

DISTRICT 28: Attleboro

Walter H. Hiller, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-539

DISTRICT 29: Brockton

John D. Dorr, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-540

DISTRICT 30: Fall River

George R. Dewhurst, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-541

DISTRICT 30: New Bedford

John Wright, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-542

DISTRICT 31: Nantucket

Milton L. Smythe, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-543

DISTRICT 32: Hyannis

Winthrop V. Wilbur, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-544

DISTRICT 32: Provincetown

Clement K. Eldredge, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-545

DISTRICT 33: Springfield

Harold R. Bond, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-546

CANAL ZONE DISTRICT

Clarence L. Johnston, District Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-547

CHILE DISTRICT

George P. Fullman, District Deputy Grand Master; 3 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-548

CHINA (SHANGHAI) DISTRICT

Hyman Hodes, District Deputy Grand Master; 3 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-549

CHINA (NORTH CHINA) District

No Deputy; 2 Lodges
Tabular: 1956-550
In Recess


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