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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Articles in regard to Masonry in general or Scottish Rite in particular are invited. Whenever possible, relevant photographs illustrating the article (length: 1,000 to 1,500 words), the author’s brief biography (100 words or less), and a close, formal portrait should accompany each submission. See examples in any issue. Also, articles should be typed, double-spaced, and accompanied by a disk record in PC or MAC format or via e-mail to Ill. Brent Morris, 33°, Grand Cross, Managing Editor, to:

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July-August 2011

Walter Cary Wilcox, “The Masons’ Boy” (Henry Wilson Coil Library and Museum of Freemasonry, Grand Lodge of California, F.&A.M.)

May-June 2011

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).

March-April 2011

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

January-February 2011

Special Issue: Introducing the Rebuilding the Temple Campaign (Main photo: ©Maxwell MacKenzie, Washington, D.C.; Historic photos: Archives of the Supreme Council, 33°)

November-December 2010

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°)

September-October 2010

Drafting Successful Masonic Education (Cover design: Elizabeth A. W. McCarthy, The Scottish Rite Journal)

July-August 2010

Pondering the Three Elements in the EA Degree (Photo: Stereopticon Image representing the Entered Apprentice Degree)

May-June 2010

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

March-April 2010

Scottish Rite Temple, New Orleans, La. (Photo: Sonny Randon, 2007)

January-February 2010

Capital Hilton Hotel Ballroom set up for the Opening Session of the Supreme Council, 33°, S.J., U.S.A.’s Monday Opening Session (Elizabeth A. W. McCarthy, The Scottish Rite Journal)