Early Shriner's Plate and Triangle Mug 

from New Orleans ca. 1910

  

A special "Thank You" to Brother Fred Lowstetter for donating this beautiful Limoges hand painted plate to our museum.

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The above dinner plate and Triangle shaped mug were souvenir pieces from the 36th Imperial Council Session in New Orleans April 12, 1910.   It pictures a Pelican wearing his fez with "Glad-U-Kum" lettered on the left hand side.  On the bottom it reads "Made Expressly for A. B. Griswold & Co. Ltd. DeLan & McGill Studio, Trenton, New Jersey.

A special "Thanks" from Brother Al Lohman, a 30 year collector and 30+ year Masonic Lodge member from Wisconsin for submitting pictures of his mug.  Al trades on eBay under the User ID  "lochlohman"

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