|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 35509|
|Contributions||Smith, William, 1754-1821|
|The Physical Object|
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The M. W. Grand Lodge of F. & A. Masons of the State of Arkansas met at its Seventy-first Annual Communication, in Grand Lodge Hall in the Masonic Temple in the City of Little Rock, on Tuesday. The opening of the Grand Lodge was preceded by a m~etiIig of the Masonic Grand Lodge Corporation, on Tuesday, April 24th, at 2: 30 p. m., the M. W. Grand Master, President ex officio, at whi~h. In , St. Paul's was in the forefront of the formation of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut, and in the realignment that followed, St. Paul's was designated No. Meetings of the Lodge were held at members' homes, taverns, hotels, and other locations until , when the Methodist Church on Meadow St. was purchased. Daily Mining Gazette - Houghton Michigan - Tuesday January 2, pg 2 Mrs. Mayme Salmi, 91, of Hancock and a former Toivola resident, died early Sunday morning, December 31, at the Houghton County Medical Care Facility where she had been a resident patient since August of The former Mayme Johnson was born in Toivola Jan 17, , a daughter of the late Elias and Anna (Halstein.