Throughout the state are monuments, cornerstones, and other non-movable artifacts of Masonic Significance. Photograph these in daylight with a good resolution camera and submit them via the Monuments Drop Box. Grand Lodge Photographers will be doing the same on their travels throughout the state.
Spokane Masonic Center Cornerstone CeremonyPhotos by Trevor Allen
Mount Rushmore Trip - Photos by Laura Mendoza
Photos by Todd Johnstone
MRC Monument from Puyallup Retirement Center and Plants and Planters from DesMoines Masonic Home.Photos by Todd Johnstone
GM @ Kennewick Hospital Corner Stone Photos by Darrel Womack
Cornerstone Ceremony at Trios Medical Center Southridge Dropped off by Laura Mendoza
This is the collection point for the final edited photos to be used in the book Masonic Cornerstones and Monuments in Washington.
Photos by Waverly Moore (Pioneer Lodge PHA), Darrel Womack, and Charles Tupper. Many thanks to Brother Moore for his photos
The headstone for Bill & Mildred Horn is at the New Tacoma Cemetery, in the Masonic SectionDropped off by Bill Miller.
Dedication of the cornerstone of the new Shrine Center in Spokane - photos by Charles Tupper
Corner Stone Warren G. Harding Lodge 260Photos by Darrel Womack, Charles Tupper, and Tony Baxter
Photos by Darrel Womack and Charlie Tupper
Cornerstone Ceremony on November 13, 2011
Cornerstones, Dedications, Re-Dedications, Monuments and other public artifacts in Washington. By Year
Original Grand Mound Monument Dedication Photo 1941
300 dpi scans of the original Grand Mound Charter - July 13, 1858