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Mon, 02 Oct 2000

It's another Monday, and I'm back with another armfull of links to share. I'd like to start off with a page called Goethe Freemason which, as its title suggests, is an essay about the famous German poet and Freemason Johann Wolfgang Goethe. An interesting quote from the page: "It is a continual puzzle to Masons, why Washington's biographers so seldom - almost never - mention either his Masonic correspondence, membership and Mastership; or the tremendous, if quiet, influence which Freemasonry had upon his life, character and activities."

The Virginia Masonic Information Net compiled by Alexandria-Washington Lodge No. 22 is so incredibly excellent that everybody should check it out. Make sure to scroll all the way down the page to plumb the depths of their vault of information. There are plenty of great links and papers to read here. The lodge's page is something else, as well! Their web designer is very creative.

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