Savannah Masonic Sites


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Various images of Savannah and surrounding Masonic points of interest.

The Seal of the State of Georgia. Note the Masonic Symbolism

The Seal of the State of Georgia. Note the Three columns, the arch, the three steps, and the gentleman bearing a sword standing guard.

Savannah Cotton Exchange. This building which perches over River Street has been the home of Solomons Lodge No.1 since 1974.

Roger Lacy was the first provincial grand master for the colony of Georgia. I will add the text of the marker soon. This marker is located on River Drive in Thunderbolt Ga.

Scottish Rite Temple, located on Bull street. This building houses several Masonic bodies including Landrum, Clinton, Ancient Landmark, Zerubbabel, and all of the Scottish Rite bodies of the valley of Savannah. Click on picture to visit Savannah Scottish Rite Bodies.

If you would like to see more sights on this page, send your suggestions and photos if available.