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Title
Trowel used for the laying of the Cornerstone for the California Masonic Memorial Temple
Date Created and/or Issued
09/19/1956
Contributing Institution
Henry W. Coil Library and Museum of Freemasonry
Collection
Henry W. Coil Library and Museum of Freemasonry Research Collections
Rights Information
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Description
Trowel used for the laying of the Cornerstone for the California Masonic Memorial Temple, September 19, 1956, in San Francisco, California. Brass trowel with red wooden handle. Inscription on trowel: This trowel was used by Most Worshipful Edgar V. Stewart, Jr., Grand Masters of Masons in California when laying the Cornerstone of the California Masonic Memorial Temple, Wednesday, September 19, AD.1956 AL.5956
Identifier
0D7265C1-DDFC-448E-BE5B-443346602067
46.1

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