The Scottish Rite Journal (ISSN 1076-8572) is published bimonthly by the Supreme Council, 33°, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of the Southern Jurisdiction, United States of America, 1733 Sixteenth St., NW, Washington, DC 20009-3103.
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Centennial of the Laying of the House of the Temple Cornerstone – October 18, 1911. House of the Temple Centennial Cornerstone Celebration, October 16-18, 2011, will commemorate this historic milestone.
Cover credits: Page 1, Archives of the Supreme Council, 33°, SJ, USA; Page 2, Affinity Marketing Assoc., Devon, Penn.; page 3, Scottish Rite Online Store; Page 4, Office of Development.
Walter Cary Wilcox, “The Masons’ Boy” (Henry Wilson Coil Library and Museum of Freemasonry, Grand Lodge of California, F.&A.M.)
Centennial of the House of the Temple Groundbreaking-May 31, 1911. L. to r.: James D. Richardson, 33°, Sovereign Grand Commander, and Francis J. Woodman, 33°, Grand Tiler (Archives of the Supreme Council).
Richard Potter, “The Life of an Amazing Brother,” The First American-born Professional Magician; Courtesy Historic Northampton Museum & Education Center, Northampton, Mass., Photograph by Richard Sherer
Special Issue: Introducing the Rebuilding the Temple Campaign (Main photo: ©Maxwell MacKenzie, Washington, D.C.; Historic photos: Archives of the Supreme Council, 33°)
New Home for Missouri’s Walker Scottish Rite Clinic (Photo: Courtesy Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, St. Louis, Mo.); Fifth Annual Southwest Regional Reunion Held in Phoenix (Photo: Courtesy Mike Folker, 32°)
Drafting Successful Masonic Education (Cover design: Elizabeth A. W. McCarthy, The Scottish Rite Journal)
Pondering the Three Elements in the EA Degree (Photo: Stereopticon Image representing the Entered Apprentice Degree)
William “Bill” Rainbolt, 33°, Restaurateur and Freemason, Valley of San Bernardino, California, Honored in the Pillars of Charity, Portrait Gallery, 2009 (Original oil portrait by Jean Pilk, Cape Elizabeth, Maine
Scottish Rite Temple, New Orleans, La. (Photo: Sonny Randon, 2007)