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MASONIC BIOGRAPHIES
FAMOUS FREEMASONS
GRAND MASTERS
Alexander M. Manson
MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND MASTER, 1925 - 1926
[Alexander Malcolm Manson]
Grand Lodge BC & Yukon photo.
October 7, 1883 - September 25, 1964
Born in St, Louis, Missouri, October 7, 1883, Alexander Malcolm Manson's family came to Ontario in 1889. After taking his law degree, he opened the first law office in Prince Rupert. He was later elected as a Member of the Provincial Legislature from 1916 to 1935, serving as Speaker for two sessions, and provincial Attorney-General and Minister of Labour from 1922 to 1928. He was appointed a Judge of the Supreme Court in 1935.
Robie L. Reid penned a short biography of him in 1945.
Initiated : June 2, 1908
Orient Lodge No. 339, Ontario
Passed : April 14, 1910
Raised : May 21, 1910
Tsimpsean Lodge No. 58, Prince Rupert
Charter member
Worshipful Master: 1914-1915
Tyee Lodge No. 66
Honorary Life Member : 1923
Enoch Lodge, No. 99, Anyox
District Deputy Grand Master: 1916-1917
District 11
Grand Master : 1925 - 1926

Source: Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon records, Robie L. Reid.

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