Special Lewis & Clark Exhibit in Grand Banquet Hall July-Aug.

lewisStop by The Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania this Summer if you want to learn more about Bros. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark and their many contributions to history, science, and Freemasonry. The exhibit, Plants of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, will be on display in the Grand Banquet Hall from July 14 to Aug. 22. During their travels, Brothers Lewis and Clark managed to identify some 232 plants during their journey; approximately 80 of them were new to science. An interesting Masonic item included in the display will be a full-size, colorful photographic reproduction of Bro. Lewis' Masonic Apron. Bro. Lewis' Masonic Apron is in the Collection of the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Montana.

For additional information concerning large groups and private visitations, call (215) 988-1932.

Check out the Treasures of the Temple article on Lewis and Clark here.