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SOUTHBRIDGE TOWN HALL

SouthbridgeTownHall.jpg
Southbridge Town Hall, about 1903

CORNER STONE LAYING, JULY 1888

From Liberal Freemason, Vol. XII, No. 5, August 1888, Page 159:

M. W. Henry Endicott, Grand Master, accompanied by officers of the Grand Lodge, laid the corner-stone of the new town hall in Southbridge, Mass., on July 4th, with Masonic ceremonies. Quinebaug Lodge escorted by Worcester County Commandery formed the masonic part of the procession, in which other societies were largely represented. It was an occasion in which the people of the town appeared to be interested, generally, and coming as it did on the great national holiday, all classes had opportunity to participate in one capacity or another.


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