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Harry Carr
[Harry Carr]
1900-October 20, 1983
Elected a member of Quatuor Coronati Lodge No. 2076 in 1953, Carr was an honourary member of fourteen lodges in the USA, ten in England and one each in Canada, France, New Zealand and Scotland. In 1982 he was awarded the Grand Master's Order of Service to Freemasonry, largely because of his many contributions to masonic literature, both as author and editor. Prior to that he was appointed to London Grand Rank in 1953 and in Grand Lodge, Past Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies in 1960 and Past Junior Grand Deacon in 1969.
Author of seven masonic books and editor of several others, his research frequently appeared in Ars Quatuor Coronatorum. He also travelled the globe, lecturing on masonic history, one of his more notable presentations being Six Hundred Years of Craft Ritual, a distillation of a comprehensive paper published in AQC
Initiated: 1929
Worshipful Master: 1943
Secretary: 1947-1970
Barnato Lodge No. 2265

Founder
Worshipful Master
Secretary: 1947-1963
Noble Brotherhood Lodge No. 6226

Source: Ars Quatuor Coronatorum, vol. xcv (1982) p. 223.


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