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Long, long be our hearts with such memories filled, Like the vase in which roses have once been distilled; You may break, you may shatter the vase if you will But the scent of the roses will hang round it still." (Great applause.) M. Lodge, you will retire and present Brother FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS OF MICHIGAN. We are proud as an Institution that education and its promotion is the cornerstone of our Institution from the beginning until now, and far off into the distant future.
May the fates be ever kind to Kalamazoo and your guests, as Tom Moore wrote : "Let Fate do her worst, there are relics of joy, Bright dreams of the past which she cannot destroy, Which come in the night time of sorrow and care, And bring back the features which joy used to wear. Mc Kenzie : Worship- ful Grand Marshal, accompanied by Past Grand Master Frank T. M., presented Presi- dent Burton as follows : Most Worshipful Sir: Just a moment ago, as one man, we stood in respectful salute to the flag of our country, and I believe that our entire Institution realizes that he is the truest patriot who has the best education.
of the State of Michigan at the Seventy-third Annual Com- munication held in the City of Lansing, May 22, 1917, and regularly promoted each year, being installed Grand Master at 3 the Seventy-ninth Annual Communication, held in the City of Kalamazoo, May 22, 1923.
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He was at one time Deputy Commissioner of Insurance of Michigan and also managed the State Accident Fund until October 1, 1917, since which time he has been retired except that he is a member of the firm of Durand & Doherty of Flint and owns the Cooper Agency in the same place.
He practiced in Detroit from 1884 to 1888, then in Saginaw until 1890; was then in business in Rochester, New York, until 1896, when he returned to Flint and was a member of the firm of Durand & Carton until after the death of his father in 1903. M., the Order of Knighthood in Genesee Valley Commandery No.
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Seventy-Ninth Annual^Communication HELD IN THE CITY OP KALAMAZOO. He is liable to confuse terms and technical jargon with reali- ties and abiding truth. Such persons possess minds open to truth, new or old, and know no bounds of mere external authority or conventional custom. They distinguish clearly between beliefs, 22 TRANSACTIONS OF THE GRAND LODGE opinions and knowledge. Leonard Weed, Grand Master 1842, died June 30, 1848.
Kalamazoo has been touched by the divine spark of human brotherhood, and her name and fame has en- riched the true wealth and honors of our Michigan citi- zenship. Mayor, the Masonic Order of this Jurisdiction, 140,000 of Michigan's devoted sons, are represented here from 475 lodges to reciprocate your cordial greetings and, under the guidance of your distinguished citizen, to so demean ourselves that Masonry will always deserve here, and elsewhere, the highest encomiums of every citizen and community.
The soul of a city is manifest in the spirit of unselfish co-operation and good-will, in brotherly and neighborly fellowship, in genuine hos- pitality. William Dunham, Grand Master 1877, died June 30, 1905..
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His Masonic record is as follows: He was raised in Genesee Lodge No.