Grand Lodge of New York, The Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Masonic Library Collections
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- Art, Paintings, Etchings, Engravings, etc.
- Books, Pamphlets, By-Laws, Histories
- Certificates, Charters, Addresses, etc.
- Dies, Seals, Plates, Molds, etc.
- Ephemera, Postcards, Stamps, Labels, etc.
- Fabric, Aprons, Flags, Bags, Rugs, etc.
- Glass, Ceramic Boxes, Metal Cups, etc.
- Honorary Plaques, Hangings, etc.
- Jewelry, Medals, Ribbons, Buttons, etc.
- Furniture, Household Metal, Knives, etc.
- Letters, Newspapers, Maps, Cards, etc.
- Numismatic: Coins, Bills, Chapter Pennies, etc.
- Obsolete Technology
- Native Materials: Stone, Wood, etc.
- Regalia, Swords, Batons, Canes, etc.
- Sculpture, Figures, etc.
- Tools, Trowels, Gavels, Working Tools, etc.
- Visuals: Video, Audio, Film, Tape, etc.
- Wallets, Containers, etc.
- Xerox®, Photostat®, copies, etc.
Donor Biographical Sketches
Donor Full Information
Famous Masons in New York
Gallery of Grand Masters
Highlights of the Museum Collection
Museum and Library Tour
United States Masonic Presidents
Livingston Masonic Library
71 W 23rd Street, 14th Floor
New York, N.Y. 10010-4171
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