Left to right: Past Master Brian Wright; Right Worshipful Master
James Bolton (both Lodge Ancient Stirling, No.30); Most Worshipful
Grand Master Mason Charles I. R. Wolridge Gordon of Esslemont
(Grand Lodge of Scotland) and Past Master Thomas McDonald
(Lodge Abercrombie, No.531 and also an Honourary Member of
Lodge Ancient Stirling, No.30.

History was made at Stirling's Albert Halls last week when the Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland had their assembly - the first time the Grand Lodge had met outwith Edinburgh.

It was felt by the Provincial Grand Lodge of Stirlingshire suitable to commemorate this historic occasion by the presentation of a commissioned painting depicting a local Masonic landmark, the Christie Memorial Clock at Allan Park. The duty of presenting the painting was given to Lodge Ancient Stirling, No.30.

The Stirling Observer.

The above report is a little inaccurate in that it incorrectly states that this was the first time the Grand Lodge of Scotland had met outside Edinburgh. (Ed.)