history of the Royal Masonic Institution for Girls, 1788-1974 by Ranald Montagu Handfield-Jones

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Published by Royal Masonic Institution for Girls in London .

Written in English

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  • Royal Masonic Institution for Girls. -- History.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementR. M. Handfield-Jones.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLF797.L8 R694 1974
The Physical Object
Pagination[1], 183 p. :
Number of Pages183
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4948858M
ISBN 100950029343
LC Control Number76376873

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The Royal Masonic Institution for Girls was established in as a charitable girl’s school specifically for the daughters of deceased and distressed Freemasons. It was renamed the Royal Masonic Institution for Girls in and is today the Royal Masonic School for Girls, an independent fee-paying secondary school.

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General Committee and Court of the Royal Masonic Institution for Girls, Minute Book, Library and Museum of Freemasonry, Ref: GBR RMIG 1/1/1/1. Land Tax Records, St Marylebone Parish, Westminster, London,accessed 3 FebruaryLondon. In April appeals were read for support for the Home Charities, and the Lodge decided to contribute Rs.

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At that time there were children and young adults receiving assistance. Another, worthy of record, was the Festival of the Royal Masonic Institution for Boys, on the 10th July,under the Presidency of the Grand Master at the Royal Albert Hall, London, when the unprecedented sum ofPounds was reported as subscribed for the purpose of erecting new school buildings, and removing the School to Bushey.

He died inwithout ever becoming King. His younger brother, who succeeded to the throne as George V, was not a Mason. Even so, at his accession in he became the Patron of the three Masonic Institutions, and his consort, Queen Mary, became the Grand Patroness of the Royal Masonic Institution for Girls.

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