Note: We recommend that you read our instructions on How to Use the Masonic Digital Archives in order to use the resources more effectively. They contain detailed procedures for searching the items contained in the database.
The driving force behind the Masonic Digital Archives Project is to make the facts and figures, reports and activities found in the proceedings of Masonic grand lodges and affiliated bodies and organizations available in a searchable database. Members, researchers, and educators will be able to search every page and word of our history back to 1733.
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial is digitizing the proceedings of participating grand lodges to make them available online. Other media types, such as photographs, maps, and ephemera, may be included as well to turn your unique historical collections into fully searchable online resources available from any Web browser.
If you would like to join the Archives, please contact George Seghers, Executive Director at George Washington Masonic National Memorial.
Contact Mark Tabbert to schedule a presentation on the Masonic Digital Archives: email@example.com. Receive a price estimate for digitizing your Proceedings by contacting George Seghers, Executive Director at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial.