2. Livingston Masonic Library

On the 14th floor of the same building is the Livingston Masonic Library. It is as much a repository for relics as for books, containing cases full of beautiful objects, each wielding their own special significance. Some of the most iconic are the building tools, symbols of the group’s possible beginnings among the guilds of stonemasons during the Middle Ages. There’s also an interesting collection of illustrations depicting possible scenes of Masonic rituals in the 1800s. The library is open to the public Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays. See more from the library collection here.

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  1. peace and Blessings,in April of 1968 our then organization sponsored a ceremonial function at a lodge called BLUE MOROCCO, located on 155th and 8th avenue.What happen to that lodge.

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