The 1919 Club Newsletter- May 2019

The 1919 Club Newsletter- May 2019

Return to view other newsletters Supporting the Youth An organization with millions of alumni and thousands active members all started with nine young men and a man who was just trying to help. Since 1919, Masons have been pledging their support of young men around...
The 1919 Club Newsletter- April 2019

The 1919 Club Newsletter- April 2019

Return to view other newsletters Is Chivalry Dead? The year is 1928 and DeMolay is spreading like wildfire on a windy day. You’re a 13-year old boy and want to join this new organization. The minimum age to join is 16, and the members of the Grand Council keep voting...

Freemasonry Unites Behind DeMolay

Four years AFTER the death of the Founder, Dad Frank S. Land, an historic moment for the Order of DeMolay took place on February 21, 1963 in Washington, D.C. Ten presiding officers of national and international Masonic Bodies signed a “Declaration of Principles” in...
Taking Care of a Suit 3/28/19

Taking Care of a Suit 3/28/19

Suits are one of the most expensive clothing items you’ll ever buy. Maintaining your suit is very important. A few simple steps will help extend the life and value of your suit. Though the lifespan of a suit varies according to how well it’s made and how often it’s...
The 1919 Club Newsletter- March 2019

The 1919 Club Newsletter- March 2019

Return to view other newsletters Opening The Pages of History Imagine opening an old book whose spine has broken due to frequent use. As you turn the pages, you realize that small cards and notes have covered many of them. Photographs even cover some. Each new page...

The Death of Frank S. Land

The headline in the December-January 1960 issue of The International DeMolay Cordon said it best:  “Dad Land’s Death Is Shock To All.”  Nobody expected it.  His absence left a huge hole in an international fraternal organization where every major idea passed through...