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  The Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania
Founded in 1908, the Museum was dedicated by Brother John Wanamaker, a prominent Philadelphia merchant who served as the first Chairman of the Library Committee. The Museum's collection consists of more than thirty thousand items. Some prominent pieces on display are the George Washington's Masonic apron and Brother Benjamin Franklin's 1779 Masonic sash. There are also hundreds of portraits and various other works of art, including statuary, antique glass, porcelain, china, antiquities, jewelry, regalia, timepieces, curiosa and Masonic history.

Online Public Access Catalog and Circulating Library - a complete index and description of all volumes in the Library, and an active borrowing process for Pennsylvania Masons only.
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Research Requests - How to request information that will lead to successful research.
Genealogical Information Requests - How to request information that will lead to successful research.
360 Images from the Library and Museum
Masonic Presidents Washington's Apron Museum Architecture Samples from the Museum Collection