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1963

A. NEILL OSGOOD, Grand Master

Donald W. Vose, Deputy Grand Master
John N. Hall, Senior Grand Warden
Frederick G. Caspar, Junior Grand Warden


Contents

QUARTERLY COMMUNICATIONS

(held at Masonic Temple, Boston)

  • 03/13: 1963-31;
  • 06/12: 1963-126;
  • 09/11: 1963-189;
  • 12/11: 1963-240; (Annual Communication)

03/13 Agenda

  • 1963-39: Reception and introduction of guests, as well as Grand Representatives.
  • 1963-39: Report of Committee on Records.
  • 1963-59: Recognition of the Grand Lodge of Turkey.
    • 06/12; 1963-151; Response to a protest by a Brother regarding the trustworthiness of Turkish Masons; response by the committee.
  • 1963-64: Remarks by Most Wor. Max Silverstone, Grand Master of Israel.

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The Bunker Hill Trowel
From the collection of the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts

  • 1963-66: Presentation of the Trowel Used at the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Bunker Hill Monument, presented at Columbian Lodge by Bro. Collins Graham, Marshal of the Lodge.

06/12 Agenda

  • 1963-134: Reception and introduction of guests, as well as Grand Representatives.
  • 1963-134: Report of Committee on Records.
  • 1963-147: Remarks by Rt. Wor. Howard W. Osborn, District Grand Master of the Canal Zone.
  • 1963-154: Report on Cuba:

"According to the latest information we have received from Cuba the Grand Lodge of Masons in Cuba is still working. The Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge of Cuba was held on March 24, 1963, and 288 Lodges were represented. Grand Lodge officers were elected for the ensuing year, a list of which is in our possession. We have seen monthly statements sent to constituent Lodges from the Grand Lodge, including financial and membership statistics. Other information has reached us indirectly that indicate that the Lodges are working.

"One of the constituent Lodges of the Grand Lodge of Cuba is Caribbean Naval Lodge at Guantanamo Base. This Lodge was suspended by the Grand Lodge of Cuba in Exile which claims jurisdiction over all Cuban Lodges. The result is that the members of Caribbean Naval Lodge who are all Americans are confused and frustrated as to their status with the Grand Lodges of the United States. Because there has been no change in the relations between the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts and the Grand Lodge of Cuba in Cuba we would reaffirm the fact that we welcome as visitors to our Lodges all members of the constituent Lodges of the Grand Lodge of Cuba who can verify their membership."

09/11 Agenda

  • 1963-197: Reception and introduction of guests, as well as Grand Representatives.
  • 1963-198: Greetings from the Grand Lodge of São Paulo.
  • 1963-198: Report of Committee on Records.
  • 1963-211: Budget for 1964.

12/11 Agenda

Visits by Deputy Grand Master and Grand Wardens appear beginning on Page 1963-307.

  • 1963-309: Re-election of Grand Master A. Neill Osgood. Election of other Grand Lodge Officers.

Grand Constitutions Amendment Proposals

Grand Master's Address

  • 03/13: 1963-50; opening remarks; necrology; new national flag; visits; rulings; conclusion.
  • 06/12: 1963-135; opening remarks; necrology; visitations; dedications; conclusion.
  • 09/11: 1963-199; opening remarks; necrology; visitations; budget for 1964; rulings.
  • 12/11: 1963-253; opening remarks; necrology; visitations; ruling on Past Masters' Jewel; Masonic Service Association; Canal Zone; membership (2,729 initiats); Masonic Home; financial and audit; conclusion; library and museum; Service; Board of Masonic Relief; Education; Audit; visits; medals.

Lodge By-Law Changes

Necrologies and Memorials

  • NECROLOGIES:
    • 03/13: 1963-51; Rt. Wor. Elliot Sheffeld Boardman, Past District Deputy Grand Master, Past Grand Deacon.
    • 03/13: 1963-51; Rt. Wor. Marshall William Hunt, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 03/13: 1963-52; Rt. Wor. Charles Whitcomb Hunter, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 03/13: 1963-51; Rt. Wor. Arnold Francis Thomas, Past District Deputy Grand Master, Past Grand Steward.
    • 06/12: 1963-136; Rt. Wor. Lewis Joseph Whitney, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 06/12: 1963-136; Rt. Wor. George Keith, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 06/12: 1963-137; Rt. Wor. Frederick Dunhan Eldridge, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 06/12: 1963-137; Rt. Wor. Arthur Asher Sondheim, Past District Deputy Grand Master, Past Grand Steward.
    • 06/12: 1963-137; Rt. Wor. Lewis Joseph Whitney, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 06/12: 1963-137; Rt. Wor. Carroll B. French, Past Deputy Grand Master.
    • 09/11: 1963-199; Rt. Wor. Wilfred Emery Miller, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 09/11: 1963-200; Rt. Wor. Carl Theodore Ohrn, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 09/11: 1963-200; Rt. Wor. James Harrison Wilson, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 09/11: 1963-200; Rt. Wor. Arthur Hodkins Reed, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 09/11: 1963-200; Rt. Wor. Harold William Schellenger, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 09/11: 1963-201; Rt. Wor. Austin M. Thresher, Past Junior Grand Warden.
    • 12/11: 1963-253; Rt. Wor. Harry Herbert Reed, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-253; Rt. Wor. Theodore Newton Wood, Past District Deputy Grand Master, Past Grand Steward.
    • 12/11: 1963-254; Rt. Wor. Allen Foster Davis, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-254; Rt. Wor. Charles Arthur Harrington, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-254; Rt. Wor. Benn Blythe, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-255; Rt. Wor. Harry Everett Burnham, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-255; Rt. Wor. Ralph Julius Cohen, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-255; Rt. Wor. Cecil Edwin Bemis, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-256; Rt. Wor. Robie Leroy Palmer, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-256; Rt. Wor. Whitney Stetson Wilde McKenney, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-256; Rt. Wor. Charles Frederick Giles, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-256; Rt. Wor. Lewis Harry Brague, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-257; Rt. Wor. Arthur Kenneth Bates, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-257; Rt. Wor. James Alexander McLaren, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-257; Rt. Wor. Harry Hadley Thurlow, Past District Deputy Grand Master.
    • 12/11: 1963-257; John Fitzgerald Kennedy, President of the United States. "It is widely accepted that the late John Fitzgerald Kennedy, though not a member of our Fraternity, was a champion of the principles of freedom, justice and equality which we as Masons do greatly cherish. We, therefore, as Masons join with all other people of good will and responsibility in deploring the act which robbed our nation of a courageous leader. We pray that the tenet of Brotherly Love may so develop and flourish throughout the world that never again may be committed a like act of injustice and violence."


  • MEMORIALS:
    • 06/12: 1963-138; Rt. Wor. Carroll B. French, Past Deputy Grand Master, presented by Most Wor. Laurence E. Eaton for the committee.
    • 09/11: 1963-201; Rt. Wor. Austin M. Thresher, Past Junior Grand Warden, presented by Rt. Wor. Fred S. Wordell for the committee.
    • 12/11: 1963-290; Wor. G. Forest Penniman, Zone Committeeman for Lodges of Instruction.

Petitions for Charters

  • 06/12: 1963-148; Petition to amend the charter of Eliot Lodge to remove from Jamaica Plain to Westwood; granted, effective 09/01/1963.

SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS

  • 02/07: 1963-1; Wakefield. Seventy-fifth anniversary of Golden Rule Lodge.
    • 1963-2: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Leonard F. Guerrette, Master of Golden Rule Lodge.
    • 1963-2: Remarks by the Grand Master "in his usual gracious and inspiring manner." Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1963-3: (02/10) Vesper Service at the First Congregational Church, with a sermon by Most Wor. and Rev. Thomas S. Roy. (02/14) Old Timers' Night at the regular meeting.
    • 1963-4ff: History of Golden Rule Lodge, by Wor. Thomas E. Clague.
  • 03/09: 1963-21; Somerset. Seventy-fifth anniversary of Pioneer Lodge.
    • 1963-22: Grand Lodge opened and was received by the Brethren of Pioneer Lodge.
    • 1963-22: Reading of the Charter.
    • 1963-22: Remarks by the Grand Master "in his usual happy vein." Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1963-23: (03/10) Church Service at the Congregational Christian Church, with a sermon by Rev. H. Merrill Emery, Jr.
    • 1963-24ff: History of Pioneer Lodge, by Rt. Wor. Leland F. Bullard, Wor. Parker H. Carr, and Wor. Gabriel B. More.
  • 04/01: 1963-71; Lawrence. Centenary of Tuscan Lodge.
    • 1963-72: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Leonard H. Crouch, Master of Tuscan Lodge.
    • 1963-72: Remarks by the Grand Master "in a very inspiring manner." Remarks by other Brothers. Presentation of Veterans' Medals to Bro. Paul Otto Bonitz, Robert Francis Logan and Ralph Sydney Wilder.
    • 1963-74ff: History of Tuscan Lodge, by Rt. Wor. Walter I. Churchill and Rt. Wor. Thomas H. Houghton.
  • 04/06: 1963-81; West Springfield. 50th Anniversary of Mount Orthodox Lodge.
    • 1963-81: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Richard A. St. Jean, Master of Mount Orthodox Lodge.
    • 1963-82: Presentation of a hand-made gavel by Wor. William E. May.
    • 1963-82: Remarks by the Grand Master "in his usual inspiring vein." Remarks by other Brothers. Presentation of Veterans' Medals to Wor. Hervey C. Holland and Bro. Claire V. Dorne.
    • 1963-84ff: History of Mount Orthodox Lodge, by Wor. William E. May.
  • 04/27: 1963-91; Dorchester. 50th Anniversary of Algonquin Lodge.
    • 1963-92: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Percy T. Cox, Master of Algonquin Lodge.
    • 1963-92: Remarks by the Grand Master "in his usual happy vein." Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1963-93ff: History of Algonquin Lodge, by Rt. Wor. Sten G. Nyberg.
  • 05/03: 1963-99; Cambridge. Centenary of Mount Olivet Lodge.
    • 1963-100: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Herbert F. Silva, Master of Mount Olivet Lodge.
    • 1963-100: Remarks by the Grand Master. Remarks by other Brothers. Presentation of a Joseph Warren medal to Wor. Harold C. Morey.
    • 1963-102ff: History of Mount Olivet Lodge, by Bro. David Greer.
  • 05/11: 1963-113; Canton. Centenary of Blue Hill Lodge.
    • 1963-113: Grand Lodge opened at the Dean A. Luce School and was received by Wor. George E. Banks, Master of Blue Hill Lodge.
    • 1963-114: Remarks by the Grand Master. Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1963-114: (05/12) Church Service at United Church of Christ in Canton, with a sermon by Wor. and Rev. Paul B. Myers, Grand Chaplain.
    • 1963-115ff: History of Blue Hill Lodge, by Wor. Samuel S. Mitchell.
  • 05/25: 1963-124: South Yarmouth. Dedication of a Masonic Temple.
    • 1963-125: Grand Lodge opened and was received by the Brethren of Howard Lodge.
    • 1963-125: Dedication of the Temple "to Masonic usages in full form and ceremony."
    • 1963-125: Remarks by the Grand Master.
  • 06/15: 1963-158: Westfield. Corner-stone laying and dedication of a Masonic Temple.
    • 1963-159: Grand Lodge opened at the Temple and proceeded to the outer court, where the corner-stone was laid "in accordance with ancient form and ceremony."
    • 1963-159: Contents of corner-stone box.
    • 1963-160: Dedication of the new Masonic Temple for Mount Moriah Lodge. The Grand Master presented the trowel used to Wor. Martin J. Morrow, Master of the Lodge. The District Deputy presented Bro. Glen Bryson Cowles with a Veteran's Medal.
    • 1963-161: (06/16) Communion Breakfast at the Second Congregational, United Church of Christ.
  • 06/19: 1963-162: Attleboro. Dedication of a Masonic Temple.
    • 1963-162: Grand Lodge opened and was received by the Brethren of Ezekiel Bates Lodge.
    • 1963-163: Re-dedication of the Temple "to Masonic usages in full form and ceremony."
    • 1963-163: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brethren. Presentation of Veterans' Medals to Rt. Wor. Benjamin W. Taylor, Bro. Jesse A. Shaw, and Bro. Frederick Schwinn.
    • 1963-163: Presentation of a plaque with the Grand Lodge Seal to the Grand Master. Additional mementos presented.
  • 06/21: 1963-164; Rutland. 50th Anniversary of Rufus Putnam Lodge.
    • 1963-164: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Klaus F. Helle, Master of Rufus Putnam Lodge.
    • 1963-165: Remarks by the Grand Master "in his usual felicitous manner." Remarks by other Brothers. Presentation of a Veterans' Medal to Bro. David M. Hanff, and 25-year membership pins to Bro. Raymond Garshman and Bro. George F.W. Stone. Remarks by Bro. Clarence Oliver, one of two remaining Charter Members.
    • 1963-166ff: History of Rufus Putnam Lodge, by Bro. Joseph S. Jennette.
  • 06/22: 1963-170; Milford. Dedication of a Masonic Temple.
    • 1963-170: Grand Lodge opened and was received by the Brethren of Montgomery Lodge.
    • 1963-171: Dedication of the Temple "to Masonic usages in full form and ceremony."
    • 1963-171: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brothers.
    • 1963-172ff: History of Montgomery Lodge, by Wor. Henry P. Clough.
  • 06/23: 1963-176; Marblehead. Dedication of a Masonic Temple.
    • 1963-176: Grand Lodge opened and was received by the Brethren of Philanthropic Lodge.
    • 1963-177: Dedication of the Temple "to Masonic usages in full form and ceremony."
    • 1963-177: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brothers.

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Major-General Henry Knox

  • 06/23: 1963-179; Boston. Reception of the Grand Master by Major General Henry Knox Lodge, at the Hotel Touraine.
    • 1963-179: Reception of the Grand Master and other Grand Lodge Officers. Lodge officers were attired in service uniforms.
    • 1963-180: Unveiling of a "large and colorful portrait of Major-General Henry Knox, the distinguished patriot-soldier and Mason."
    • 1963-180: Remarks by the Grand Master, and other Brothers. "The Grand Master expressed his keen pleasure at the opportunity to be present on such an auspicious occasion, despite the excessive heat of the day."
    • 1963-181: Remarks at Unveiling of Portrait of Major General Henry Knox, by Wor. Meyer Weker.
  • 06/29: 1963-186; Sandwich. Rededication of a Masonic Temple.
    • 1963-187: Grand Lodge opened and was received Wor. John C. Morris, Acting Master of DeWitt Clinton Lodge.
    • 1963-187: Burning of the mortgage. Re-dedication of the Temple "with full form and ceremony in accordance with ancient usage."
    • 1963-187: Remarks by the Grand Master and other Brothers. Presentation of a Distinguished Service Medal to Wor. James E. O'Toole.
  • 09/18: 1963-216: Saugus. Dedication of a Masonic Temple.
    • 1963-216: Grand Lodge opened and was received by the Master of William Sutton Lodge.
    • 1963-217: Dedication of the Temple "in accordance with ancient usage."
    • 1963-217: Remarks by the Grand Master.
  • 09/28: 1963-218; Danvers. Centenary of Amity Lodge.
    • 1963-218: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Edward E. Arrington, Master of Amity Lodge.
    • 1963-219: Remarks by the Grand Master. Remarks by other Brothers. Presentation of a Distinguished Service Medal to Wor. Porter D. Brown, Master in 1918, now 91 years of age.
    • 1963-220ff: History of Amity Lodge, by Wor. W. Robert Leach. A few notes on United States Lodge.
  • 10/06: 1963-227; Methuen. Laying of the corner-stone of the parish house of First Church Congregational.
    • 1963-227: Grand Lodge opened at the apartments of John Hancock Lodge and proceeded to the site.
    • 1963-228: Laying of corner-stone. Contents of corner-stone box.
  • 10/12: 1963-229: Taunton. Dedication of a Masonic Temple.
    • 1963-230: Grand Lodge opened and was received by brethren of the Taunton Masonic lodges. The Master of King David Lodge, Wor. James T. McAloney, Jr., was presiding.
    • 1963-230: Remarks by the Grand Master.
    • 1963-230: Dedication of the Masonic Temple "in full form ceremony in accordance with ancient usage."
  • 11/09: 1963-231; Brookfield. Centenary of Hayden Lodge.
    • 1963-231: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Cedric G. Lindley, Jr., Master of Hayden Lodge.
    • 1963-231: Remarks by the Grand Master. Remarks by other Brothers. Presentation of a Distinguished Service Medal to Bro. John Henry Anderson.
    • 1963-233ff: History of Freemasonry in the Brookfields, by Bro. Roland W. Wilson. Remarks on Meridian Sun Lodge and other Lodges from the old 6th Masonic District.
  • 12/16: 1963-311; Hudson. Centenary of Doric Lodge. Donald W. Vose, Deputy Grand Master, Presiding.
    • 1963-311: Grand Lodge opened and was received by Wor. Herbert D. Giddings, Master of Doric Lodge.
    • 1963-312: Remarks by the Acting Grand Master "in characteristic inspiring manner." Remarks by other Brothers.
    • 1963-313ff: History of Doric Lodge, by Rt. Wor. Richard A. Brown.

FEAST OF ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST

(held at Masonic Temple, Boston, 12/27/1963)

  • 1963-320: Opening and roll call.
  • 1963-325: Reception and introduction of guests, as well as Grand Representatives.
  • 1963-326: Report of Grand Secretary; 2,646 diplomas issued. List of lodges not represented in Grand Lodge in 1963, as well as the past 2 years.
  • 1963-327: Installation of Grand Master Osgood. Installation of other Grand Officers.
  • 1963-329: Remarks by Senator and Rt. Wor. Leverett Saltonstall.
  • 1963-330: Feast of St. John. Toasts and names of speakers:
    • 1963-331: The Grand Master.
    • 1963-335: Deputy Grand Master Rt. Wor. Stanley F. Maxwell.
    • 1963-336: Grand Master Steward L. Hodge of Québec.
    • 1963-338: Grand Master H. Dwight McAlister of South Carolina.
    • 1963-340: Most Wor. William J. Maier, Jr., Past Grand Master of West Virginia. George Washington and Freemasonry.

LIST OF LODGES IN MASSACHUSETTS BY DISTRICT: 1963

There were 47 districts in Massachusetts in 1963 (numbered 1 through 33), as well as districts for Chile, China and the Canal Zone.

DISTRICT 1: Boston

Donald P. Malcolm, District Deputy Grand Master; 10 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-357

DISTRICT 2: Cambridge

Roger W. Jones, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-358

DISTRICT 2: Boston

Frank W. Ryan, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-359

DISTRICT 3: Boston

Edgar W. Mills, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-360

DISTRICT 3: Chelsea

Alden A. Osgood, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-361

DISTRICT 4: South Boston

Alexander R. MacLeod, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-362

DISTRICT 4: Dorchester

Simon Nazarian, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-363

DISTRICT 4: Roxbury

Donald R. McClelland, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-364

DISTRICT 5: Waltham

A. Johnstone Shaw, District Deputy Grand Master; 10 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-365

DISTRICT 5: Brighton

Robert N. Alger, District Deputy Grand Master; 10 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-366

DISTRICT 6: Somerville

Richard P. Nyquist, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-367

DISTRICT 6: Arlington

Hugh W. McKee, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-368

DISTRICT 7: Malden

Lloyd North, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-369

DISTRICT 7: Melrose

Charles F. Maxfield, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-370

DISTRICT 8: Salem

Archie M. Simons, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-371

DISTRICT 8: Lynn

Raymond E. Smith, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-372

DISTRICT 9: Gloucester

M. Don Betts, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-373

DISTRICT 10: Newburyport

Robert B. Adams, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-374

DISTRICT 11: Lawrence

Henry D. Ramm, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-375

DISTRICT 12: Lowell

Howard Lawson, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-376

DISTRICT 13: Fitchburg

Joseph F. Lake, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-377

DISTRICT 13: Barre

Robert M. Clogston, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-378

DISTRICT 14: Greenfield

Wallace E. Graves, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-379

DISTRICT 15: North Adams

Donald O. Canedy, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-380

DISTRICT 16: Pittsfield

Charles P. Hooker, II, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-381

DISTRICT 17: Holyoke

Clarence W. Holway, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-382

DISTRICT 18: Chicopee

Howard R. Wickman, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-383

DISTRICT 18: Springfield

Leon H. Hutchins, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-384

DISTRICT 19: Palmer

Herman E. Hasenjager, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-385

DISTRICT 20: Blackstone

Harry S. Nelson, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-386

DISTRICT 21: Brookfield

Scott L. Allen, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-387

DISTRICT 22: Worcester

Malcolm P. Gould, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-388

DISTRICT 23: Natick

P. Winston E. Gouzoules, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-389

DISTRICT 24: Marlboro

Richard T. Darby, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-390

DISTRICT 25: Hyde Park

Winslow F. May, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-391

DISTRICT 26: Quincy

George E. West, District Deputy Grand Master; 9 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-392

DISTRICT 27: Plymouth

George L. Legg, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-393

DISTRICT 28: Taunton

Robert W. MacGlashing, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-394

DISTRICT 28: Attleboro

Hubert E.J. Berry, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-395

DISTRICT 29: Brockton

S. Foret Kelliher, District Deputy Grand Master; 8 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-396

DISTRICT 30: Fall River

Douglas C. Small, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-397

DISTRICT 30: New Bedford

Fred S. Wordell, District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-398

DISTRICT 31: Nantucket

Robert E. Cumming, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-399

DISTRICT 32: Hyannis

Waldo H. Howe, District Deputy Grand Master; 5 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-400

DISTRICT 32: Provincetown

Earle H. Foss, District Deputy Grand Master; 6 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-401

DISTRICT 33: Springfield

James C. Fettes, Jr., District Deputy Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-402

CANAL ZONE DISTRICT

Howard W. Osborn, District Grand Master; 7 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-403

CHILE DISTRICT

Charles M. Purviance, District Deputy Grand Master; 3 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-404

CHINA DISTRICT

Hyman Hodes, District Deputy Grand Master; 3 Lodges
Tabular: 1963-405


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