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Open House at Randolph #19 Masonic Lodge next Saturday

From Bryan:

I am not a Mason, but I see that the Randolph #19 Masonic Lodge at 1808 E Franklin St is holding their annual Open House next Saturday (Oct 22nd) from 10AM – 2PM.

My wife and I went last year and it was amazing. This is one of the oldest buildings in the United States to be continually used for the same purpose since its original construction.

The Masons are extremely friendly and more than willing to share the history of the building and Masonic lore.

For historians and families this is a once a year opportunity to see the inside of this amazing historic building and learn more about one of the oldest fraternal societies in the world.

I’ll be going again this year for certain, hope I see some of you there too!

PHOTO by Susan Benshoff via Vintage Richmond

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Ingoldformayor
Ingoldformayor
3 years ago

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Kathleen Sanders
Kathleen Sanders
3 years ago

Thanks for sharing! I’ve always wondered what that building looked like inside.

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ilya
ilya
3 years ago

Thanks. I’ve never been to a Masonic lodge so I’m very curious especially given their huge legacy in Richmond.

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