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It usually is unilateral and causes palpable tenderness of the heel. This apron has been worn on many public Masonic occasions. It was worn by the Grand Masters who officiated at the laying of the corner stone of the Washington monument, of the Smithsonian Institute, of the monument in the capital square in Richmond, Virginia, and at the Masonic convocation at Mt.
We are informed by a Mason of this city, who received the information from an eye witness, that when Gen La Fayette was welcomed to Baltimore this apron was exhibited to him as one worn by Gen.
Wynkoop Lemen, a member of Mt. Nebo Lodge, a beautiful emblematic case was made for it by Bro.Non-commercial uses of the work are permitted without any further permission from Dove Medical Press Limited, provided the.
And Sir L. Rogers, and we will, next month, have the pleasure of presenting the patrons of this magazine a view of the same, with the apron therein.
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Grand Lodge to the Masonic Apron formerly worn by President Washington, while he was a Lodge Master, which was neatly framed and was intended for the inspection of all present.
This apron is now the property of Mount Nebo Lodge No. It was originally presented to President Washington by General Lafayette. The apron was made in France, was sent to this country to General Lafayette, and by him presented to General Washington during the Revolutionary war, and was worn by the President at every Lodge session he attended up to the time of his death.
George Washington Hammond married a daughter of Charles Washington and through his wife became the owner of the apron, and in 1815 he was made a Mason in Mount Nebo Lodge, and presented the apron to the Lodge, where it has remained since that time.
This apron was worn by George Washington, when he was acting M. Grand Master of Virginia, and as such laid the corner-stone of the Capitol building at Washington with Masonic rites. He also wore it on many other important Masonic occasions.
There is no question as to the identity of the apron, and it is therefore a most valuable relic of the late Father of his country.
I can correctly state that its presence in our Grand Lodge created no ordinary amount of interest. Reynolds Education Center. Please visit. On loan from the Brethren of Mt. The apron features compasses and square — central Masonic symbols — together with the crossed flags of the United States and France, all exquisitely embroidered in silk and gold- and silver-wrapped threads with metallic sequins.
Washington would have worn this apron when attending Masonic meetings, and Freemasons still wear similar aprons when they meet today.