Museum Gift Shop

Welcome to our new museum gift shop!  We have sought out a few of the most talented vendors to bring to the Masonic collector and student a quality selection of original and reproduction merchandise not found anywhere else.  To order any of the below listed items contact the vendor directly that is listed in each ad.  Please allow 4-6 weeks delivery for statuary.   All shipping costs are (within the 48 contiguous United States).  If you are located outside of the US you must contact the vendor for a shipping quote.


The Broken Column Symbolic Statue

An Entered Apprentice contemplating The Rough Ashlar

The "Three Great Lights" Masonic Paperweight

Scottish Rite Double Headed Eagle Plaque

The "Square & Compasses" Masonic Plaque

MarbleCast Bust of Albert Pike

Hand Crafted Masonic Knives from Bro. Jim McBeth

Bronze and White Marble Masonic Goat Paperweights

Shrine of North America Print titled "Holding on to Hope"



new JJoseph’s Temples: The Dynamic Relationship between Freemasonry and Mormonism

by Michael W Homer

The apparent parallels between Mormon ritual and doctrine and those of Freemasonry have long been recognized. That Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, and other early church leaders were, at least for a time, Masons, is common knowledge. Yet while early historians of the LDS Church openly acknowledged this connection, the question of influence was later dismissed and almost became taboo among faithful church members. Just as Mormons have tried to downplay any ties to Freemasonry, Masons have sought to distance themselves from Mormonism. In Joseph’s Temples, Michael Homer reveals how deeply the currents of Freemasonry and Mormonism entwined in the early nineteenth century. He goes on to lay out the later declining course of relations between the two movements, until a détente in recent years.
There are indications that Freemasonry was a pervasive foundational element in Mormonism and that its rituals and origin legends influenced not just the secret ceremonies of the LDS temples but also such important matters as the organization of the Mormon priesthood, the foundation of the women’s Relief Society, the introduction and concealment of polygamy, and the church’s position on African Americans’ full membership. Freemasonry was also an important facet of Mormons’ relations with broader American society.
The two movements intertwined within a historical context of early American intellectual, social, and religious ferment, which influenced each of them and in varying times and situations placed them either in the current or against the flow of mainstream American culture and politics. Joseph’s Temples provides a comprehensive examination of a dynamic relationship and makes a significant contribution to the history of Mormonism, Freemasonry, and their places in American history. 

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The Hour Glass

Authored By Ezekiel M. Bey

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On Holy Ground

Authored By Karen Kidd

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The Extraordinary Catalog of Peculiar Inventions

Authored by Julia Suits

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Haunted Chambers

by Karen Kidd

These women aren't supposed to have existed.

But they did.

"Haunted Chambers", for the first time ever, presents not only the most complete list of early women Freemasons but also as much detail about their lives as can still be found. Here are their stories, long suppressed, ignored and marginalized. They include medieval women stone cutters; so-called "adoptive" women Freemasons; an aristocrat; a countess; an early New Brunswick settler; a war hero; a writer of women's rights; an immigrant Irish girl; the famed sculptress of Abraham Lincoln's statue in the US Capitol Rotunda and many whose names are now lost.

Some will find this book a challenge. Some would rather it never had been written, let alone published. "Haunted Chambers" is highly recommended to anyone who wants the actual history of these early women Freemasons and aren't afraid to read it.

Published by Cornerstone Book Publishers.

Dictionary of Masonic Terminology

Edited and Compiled by

W. Bro. Ravinder S. Channey

This wonderful little book is packed full of Masonic definitions and terminology to aide the Brethren in their understanding of Freemasonry.  It can be ordered in bulk purchases of 25 books minimum for your Lodge and you'll receive a 25% discount.  The book is priced at $18.00 US, but is offered at a 25% discount to brethren at the price of $13.50 which includes shipping and handling by Airmail.  To get your copy please contact W. Bro. Channey at his e-mail address:

God Loves Masons Too

The First Defenders of Human Rights

By David A. Roach

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This is one book that needs to be in every Masonic library!  Brother David does a wonderful job of defending Freemasonry against the claims of many anti-masonic ministers and layman who are intent on destroying the reputation of our Fraternity.  This book is intended to give the Christian Freemason information to use as ammunition to defend his membership in our gentle Craft.  To get a copy for yourself and one for your Lodge please contact the author David A. Roach at:


Confessions of a Born Again Fundamentalist, Freemason

by Nelson King, FPS

I confess that I am a Born Again, Fundamentalist, Freemason.

Now before you have a cardiac arrest, or a stroke, let me explain what a Born Again, Fundamentalist, Freemason is.  I used to be a very [for want of a better word] liberal Mason.  I am now a very Conservative or Traditionalist, Freemason. Therefore, I am Born Again.  By Fundamentalist, I mean that I believe that no one has a right to be a Freemason. 

I believe those who want to be Freemasons must be good and true men, free born and of a mature and discreet age and sound judgment, no bondsmen, no women, no immoral or scandalous men, only men of good report. 

I believe that a man who wants to be a Freemason must believe in the existence of God, and take his Obligation on Volume of The Sacred Law of his choice and that he owes a duty to that God and to his fellow man no matter what their creed, color, or religion. 

I believe that a Freemason is obliged to obey the moral and civil law. 

I believe that a man's religion or mode of worship should not exclude him from the Order of Freemasonry, provided he also believes in the existence of a Supreme Being, and that Supreme Being will punish vice and reward virtue. 

I believe that a Freemason is bound never to act against the dictates of his conscience. 

I believe that Freemasonry is the center of union between honest men and the happy means of conciliating friendship amongst those who must otherwise have remained at a perpetual distance. 

I believe a Freemason"s Lodge is the temple of peace, harmony, and brotherly love; nothing is allowed to enter this Lodge which has the remotest tendency to disturb the quietude of its pursuits. 

I believe all preferment among Masons is grounded upon real worth and personal merit only, therefore no Brother should be passed chair to chair, whether it is in a Lodge or a Grand Lodge, just because he knows the right people or has held the previous office for one year, no Grand Master, Master or Warden is chosen by seniority, but only for his merit . 

I believe that there is nothing wrong with Freemasonry, as laid down for our instruction in our Ancient Charges. 

I am a Born Again Fundamentalist, Freemason.

Nelson King was born June 13, 1945 in Montreal, received his primary education in Perth Ontario, and graduated from Banting Institute, University of Toronto, 1967. Married to Ellen, and has two children, Christopher, and Victoria and two granddaughters. Nelson was appointed Assistant Editor in 1992 and Editor in August 1994 of The Philalethes Society Journal of Masonic Research and Letters, the first non-United States Citizen to hold these positions.

This book is available through Anchor Communications for $19.95 plus shipping and handling. 

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