Saturday, September 25, 2010
The Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Masonic Library at the Grand Lodge of New York will host an ambitious program on the evening of Monday, October 18, when Bro. E. Oscar Alleyne of Wallkill Lodge No. 627 will discuss: “A Look at the Various Forms of African-American Freemasonry.”
The title is awkwardly phrased, but you know what he means. The program is described: “What is the difference between PHA, PHO and non-Prince Hall? How many Grand Lodges are there in New York State? Is there any difference between 3-lettered and 4-lettered lodges? These and several other topics will be discussed as Bro. Alleyne presents this riveting and enlightening discourse.”
Seating in the Library is very limited, and reservations are required. Send an e-mail to:
Masonic Hall, of course, is located at 71 West 23rd St. in Manhattan.