|Object ID #||2017.028.006|
|Object Name||Pin, Fraternal|
|Title||100th Anniversary of Masonic Grand Lodge (1955)|
|Year Range to||1981|
|Place of Origin||Unknown|
|Description||A circular silvertone Masonic Lodge jewel medallion that is punctured at the top between two laurel branches so that it could be used as a pendant. 100TH / ANNIVERSARY / 1855-1955 is on one side. The other side has GRAND LOGE A.F. AND A.M. OF CANADA around the perimeter, and IN THE PROVINCE / OF ONTARIO with the Masonic square and compass symbol and "G" emblem.|
Belonged to Archie N. MacCuaig (one of his Lodge Jewels). The MacCuaig farm was in Glenelg Township, Grey County. He was a member of the Durham Masonic Lodge #306 and Chapter #221 for 50 years. He was a Worshipful Master and Life Member.
It, and the others in this accession, were passed down to Norman Robinson of the Edge Hill area of Glenelg Township. Last belonged to Norman's wife, Ruth Anne Robinson (née Hollands) of Kincardine, Ontario.
|Found||Kincardine, Bruce County|
MacCuaig, Archie N.
Masonic Lodges in Grey County