tions given in the established lectures on Masonic trac-ing boards I set myself to investigate their accuracy, with what result I shall presently show. I do not claim any originality for what I have written...
The E.A.’s Handbook
The Masonic Handbook Series. Studies in the meaning of our Ritual. The tracing‐board designs did not appear in the print edition, they are lifted from another work as they are referenced in Ward’s text.
Tracing-boards, Tracing-cloths, and synonymous terms. References thereto in the Lectures. Dr. Oliver, however, who is a well-known Masonic Author, would appear to place some credence on the...
An Explanation of the Third Degree Tracing
Now, a true Tracing Board, as far as Masonry is concerned, is just what its name implies, i.e., a It was, therefore, a symbolical act inculcating in the mind of the new member the Masonic virtue of...
An explanation of the
Now, a true Tracing Board, as far as Masonry is concerned, is just what its name implies, i.e., a plain board As Masonic symbolism began to develop it is found later on with various lines drawn upon it...
Tracing-boards and trestle-boards ...1 Premier lodge of masonic research 2 Ars Quatuor Often confused, the trestle-board and the tracing-board are actually alike only in the similarity of their names.
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These images are now associated with the Masonic tracing boards of England and monitors of such American Masonic ritualists as Jeremy Cross, who lectured in the lodges of Vermont in 1815.