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Seymour Greenstone and Robert Blackburn at the Ann Arbor Masonic Temple

Masons at the Crossroads

The ancient fraternity sells its temple

From the April, 2009 issue

Mysterious rituals, clandestine meetings, lost treasure, murder: the Freemasons, or "Masons" for short, are a rich source of literary fodder. Real-life Masons, for their part, tend to accept the attention with good humor-however far National Treasure or the latest Dan Brown installment drifts from reality.

 
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