By-laws and history of Federal Lodge, No. 1, the Masonic Lodge in Washington, D.C.
Freemasonry; By-laws; Fraternal organizations; Freemasons
Vice President Roosevelt writes to his sister regarding the
scheduling of various meetings and luncheons, including with Mrs.
Fred Jones, "John," "Cleve," and Mrs. Dodge.
Entertaining; Dinners and dining; Freemasonry
On behalf of the Masonic Temple of Rochester, New York, Charles
S. Baker invites Vice President Roosevelt to attend the laying of
the cornerstone for their new building.
Cornerstone laying; Freemasonry; New York (State)--Rochester
President Roosevelt toasts the health of his honorary and immediate brothers.
Toasts; Freemasonry--Rituals; New York (State)--New York
President Roosevelt will be unable to attend the thirty second anniversary of the Robert Burns Lodge.
Freemasonry--Anniversaries, etc.; Pennsylvania--Harrisburg
Eugene A. Philbin sends multiple enclosures on a variety of topics related to the Roman Catholic Church. Many in New York oppose President Roosevelt's actions in the Philippines and will vote against the Republicans. Philbin did not allow "the friar matter" to cause opposition to Governor Odell. He also discusses the Freemasons and hopes that Roosevelt will meet with Monsignor Kennedy of the American College at Rome.
Americans--Politics and government; Friars; Freemasonry; Philippines; American University of Rome; Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ); Odell, Benjamin B. (Benjamin Barker), 1854-1926
President Roosevelt informs Eugene Ambrose Philbin that he would like to meet with Philbin and Monsignor Kennedy next week. Roosevelt also discusses his speech to the Masons and Masonry in the Philippines.
Meetings; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Freemasonry; Philippines; Freemasons
James Duthie, Master of the Matinecock Lodge 806, encloses a copy of the original petition of President Buchanan for membership in a Masonic Lodge in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He asks President Roosevelt to discuss "clandestine masonry" with William Loeb.
Freemasonry; Freemasons; Loeb, William, 1866-1937; Buchanan, James, 1791-1868
Theodore Roosevelt emphasizes the importance of adhering to high
principles in relationships with one another and the outside
Values; Freemasonry; Washington (State)--Tacoma
William Homan is sending President Roosevelt a copy of
Proceedings of the Council of Deliberation for the State of New
York which features Roosevelt's speech of November 5, 1902,
before the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania.
He offers Roosevelt the use of the facilities held by the Ancient
Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry in New York City to further
Roosevelt's masonic progress.
Books and reading; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Freemasonry; Freemasonry--Study and teaching; Scottish Rite (Masonic order); Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania
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