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Masonic Club Records

Identifier: MS012

  • Staff Only


The Georgia Tech Masonic Club was open to students, faculty, and staff who were Master Masons. These records reflect their four active years on campus.


  • 1946-1953


General Physical Description note

(one half-sized document case)

Restrictions: Access


Restrictions: Use

Permission to publish materials from this collection must be obtained from the Head of Archives and Special Collections.


0.2 Linear Feet

Scope and Contents

These records include by-laws, which detail the initiation process for new members, meeting minutes, attendance logs, and financial records. The fifth folder consists of brochures, newsletters, and the history of the National League of Masonic Clubs. The faculty advisors list details faculty advisors for all campus organizations in 1950.

Of special note is an edition of the Christian Bible specially designed for the Freemasons with definitions, illustrations, and Scripture that pertains to the Masonic viewpoint.

Administrative History of the Georgia Institute of Technology Masonic Club

The Georgia Tech Masonic Club was formed in 1949 as a campus organization open to faculty, staff, and students who were Master Masons. Masonic Clubs serve as community service groups nationwide. Sigma Alpha Chi, also known as the Square and Compass, is the national fraternity of the brethren. The campus club was affiliated with the National League of Masonic Clubs, but officially became inactive four years later in December 1953.


The records are arranged chronologically.

Other Finding Aids

A print copy of this finding aid is available in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.


Accession #1985.1002 (old number: 85-10-02).

General Physical Description note

(one half-sized document case)

Processing Information

Yen M. Tang processed these papers in 2000.
Inventory of the Masonic Club (Georgia Institute of Technology) Records, 1946-1953
Yen M. Tang
Copyright 2000.
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finding aid updated using rlg best practice guidelines for encoded archival description.
Language of description
Finding aid is written in English.

Repository Details

Part of the Archives and Special Collections, Library, Georgia Institute of Technology Repository

Georgia Institute of Technology
266 4th Street, NW
Atlanta 30332-0900 USA