Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons

of the State of New York

Camp Turk

Camp Turk

A residential camp for kids age 8-16 located in the beautiful Adirondacks

Masonic Care Community

A safe and active independent retirement community offering a full spectrum of services

Masonic Medical Research Laboratory

Masonic Medical Research Institute

An internationally recognized biomedical research institute for genetic screening and drug development for inherited cardiac arrhythmia diseases

Livingston Library & Museum

Chancellor Robert R Livingston Masonic Library

One of the world’s foremost repositories of Masonic books, artifacts, and ephemera

A Brother brought home…

Brother John Rowland “Jack” Busch was Initiated into Master Builder Lodge #911 (now Ken-Ton #1186) on January 15th, 1942 and raised to the Degree or Master Mason in March 1942. In August 1942 he enlisted in the US Army Air Corps. Bro. Busch was Killed in Action on...

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2019 Veteran’s Day Message

The soldier above all others prays for peace, for it is the soldier who must suffer and bear the deepest wounds and scars of war.  - Brother Douglas MacArthur My Brothers, Monday is Veterans Day. A day that will have parades, some will place flags at the resting...

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Brick Purchase to Support Horticultural Center

Secure your Legacy at our Horticultural Center at the Masonic Care Community in Utica, NY. A Brick Purchase will bring us closer to completion and will help with additional improvements.

This is a great way to remember your family, loved ones, Lodge, District. etc.

“The Gateway” ~ Painting by Paul Orban, 1930

This painting by Paul Orban, titled The Gateway, was used to illustrate an article by RW H.L. Haywood which was published in The New York Masonic Outlook, May, 1930.  RW Haywood was a Masonic author and the editor of the New York Masonic Outlook, 1925-1930. A member...

Painting by Paul Orban, 1930, Obelisk Cornerstone Ceremony

This painting by Paul Orban shows the 1880 cornerstone-laying ceremony for the Egyptian Obelisk known as Cleopatra's Needle in Central Park, New York City, NY, and it illustrated the title page of The New York Masonic Outlook, January, 1930. The caption reads: "On...

Magic Lantern Slide Projector and Slides, late-1800s/early-1900s

In May of 2018, the Livingston Masonic Library received a spectacular donation from Fairport Flower City Lodge No. 476, in Fairport, NY: a working "Magic Lantern," or Stereopticon, with a large set of Masonic Lantern Slides.The donation was made In Memory of...

Apron, 1813, Marquis de Lafayette

Within the Artifact Collection of the Livingston Masonic Library of the Grand Lodge of New York, is an apron which is attributed to the Marquis de Lafayette which was published in 1813 by Brothers Desilver & Webster. The apron is made of leather, with a black ink...
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