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FAMOUS FREEMASONS
VANCOUVER MAYORS
Gerald Grattan McGeer
[Gerald Grattan McGeer]
January 6, 1888 - August 11, 1947
Originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Gerry McGeer served as Vancouver mayor for 1935-36.
Remembered for reading the Riot Act in April 1935 before a crowd of unemployed men in Victory Square and for building a new city hall at 12th Avenue and Cambie, more has been written about Gerry McGeer than about any other of the city’s mayors.
Raised: 1926/05/25
Prince Arthur Lodge No. 82

Source: Grand Lodge of BC and Yukon records. "Mayors of Vancouver", Donna-Jean MacKinnon, The Greater Vancouver Book. Public Archives of Canada Photo C-47433.

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