The Phylaxis Notes of The Phylaxis Society
THURSDAY HISTORICAL TOUR
day evening, the Grand Lodge hosted a lodge visitation for Masons (photo 46) and the Grand Chapter hosted a chap- ter visitation for Eastern Stars (photos 48, 49, 51), following which they hosted a hospital- ity and reception (photos 47, 50).
On Friday morning the la- dies and the men convened to their meeting spaces to con- tinue with their business and workshops. The Phylaxis So- ciety was treated to a lecture on the history of the Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Arkansas presented by Brother Tommy Van Buren (photo 52). Next Honorable John B. Williams
did a lecture on Masonic Juris- prudence and Corporate Law (photo 53). Brother James A. Mitchell’s workshop (photo 54) was on the topic “Why the Bloodline?” Honorable James “Rocky” Dallas did a lecture on the Knight York Cross of Honor (photos 59, 62).
The Phyllis Luncheon was held at noon on Friday (pho- tos 63-75)
Phylaxis workshops con- tinued on Friday afternoon with a presentation from Al- ton G. Roundtree, “Prince Hall Freemasonry and the National Grand Lodge” (pho- to 81). Brother Alexander Brumfield presented a paper
The Phylaxis Notes of the Phylaxis Society
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