Remarkable Ohio

Serpent Mound Marker
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6-60 Masonic Lodge

124_110342.jpg 6-60 this is a tall marker Between Markers for Cass Gilbert and the 2nd CapitolThumbnails6-60 Lodge of Amity No. 5 Free and Accepted Masons6-60 this is a tall marker Between Markers for Cass Gilbert and the 2nd CapitolThumbnails6-60 Lodge of Amity No. 5 Free and Accepted Masons6-60 this is a tall marker Between Markers for Cass Gilbert and the 2nd CapitolThumbnails6-60 Lodge of Amity No. 5 Free and Accepted Masons6-60 this is a tall marker Between Markers for Cass Gilbert and the 2nd CapitolThumbnails6-60 Lodge of Amity No. 5 Free and Accepted Masons6-60 this is a tall marker Between Markers for Cass Gilbert and the 2nd CapitolThumbnails6-60 Lodge of Amity No. 5 Free and Accepted Masons6-60 this is a tall marker Between Markers for Cass Gilbert and the 2nd CapitolThumbnails6-60 Lodge of Amity No. 5 Free and Accepted Masons6-60 this is a tall marker Between Markers for Cass Gilbert and the 2nd CapitolThumbnails6-60 Lodge of Amity No. 5 Free and Accepted Masons

Side A: Lodge of Amity No. 5 Free and Accepted Masons. The Lodge of Amity, one of the six founding lodges of the Grand Lodge of Ohio, was chartered on June 24, 1805, and first met in the Benoni Pierce hotel at the northeast corner of Main and Fifth Streets, Zanesville. This marker was erected in celebration of Ohio's 175th anniversary. [Masonic Emblem] Side B: Same. Same