ГРАДЕЖ: Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 252: “Brother Sir Moses Jacob Ezekiel, Two Statues and Enjoyable Research” Δ

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Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 252:

“Brother Sir Moses Jacob Ezekiel, Two Statues and Enjoyable Research” Δ

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Brethren,

Announcement: Our next Unstated Meeting on Zoom will be Saturday, March 23rd at 10 AM Eastern Time. See details below.

Here is our latest installment of research papers from Virginia Research Lodge No. 1777. If you would like to be added to the list, or have a friend who would like to be on the list, just send me an email or message. This week’s submission is from Rt. Wor. William Maurer, entitled “Brother Sir Moses Jacob Ezekiel, Two Statues and Enjoyable Research” which was presented to George Washington Lodge of Research No. 1732 on March 7, 2020.

This is a biography of Brother and Sir Moses Jacob Ezekiel, a famous sculptor and a Brother of Mountain City Lodge No. 67 in Lexington, Virginia. He was the first Jewish cadet at Virginia Military Institute (VMI). The first statue mentioned in the title refers to a bronze statue of George Washington at VMI which was removed by Union troops and later returned. The second was sculpted by Brother Moses in plaster, later cast in bronze and presented to VMI, “Virginia Mourning Her Dead”.

If you enjoy these weekly papers, I highly recommend attending one of Virginia’s premier Research Lodges. Hearing a paper presented in person by the author, with the discussion afterwards, is a far superior experience to simply reading it for yourself. Also, there are papers presented in a Research Lodge that will never be made available online.

Did you miss a paper? See all previous papers here: http://www.researchlodge.org/Lists/Spreading.