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Hyperlink to an image of a Druitt's Lodge procession along Beamish Street in Campsie, Sydney, NSW.

The photograph was taken in the 1920s and shows a parade of Freemasons, some of whom are carrying banners. Although the origins of Freemasonry are…

This photograph from the West Australian shows a mason carving a crocket on a stone pinnacle during the building of St. Mary’s Cathedral in East Perth in 1929. The caption accompanying the photograph likens his work to that of a medieval guild…

In this newspaper article from The West Australian, the author describes progress on the building of the eastern part of St. Mary’s Cathedral in East Perth in June, 1929. He describes the Gothic design of the architecture as a particularly English…

This article from The Argus newspaper provides a report of an Eight Hours procession through the streets of Melbourne in 1887, during which at least 50 different trades were represented. It makes note of the increasing size and elaborateness of the…