The Ashlar Company For the good of the craft... 800-357-6502
Set a price limit
$
Front Page Artwork Antiques Apparel Name Badges Emblems Pins Rings Jewelry Supply
Shopping Cart FAQ Sales
Back to the Masonic Minute Videos

Lewis Wallace

Featuring Worshipful Brother Gerald

Share this video Lewis “Lew” Wallace was born on April 10, 1827 in Brookville, Indiana. Wallace was a true civil servant who faithfully performed his duties as an American statesman, lawyer, Union general during the American Civil War, Governor of New Mexico from 1878-1881, and U.S. Minister to the Ottoman Empire from 1881-1885. In addition to his countless years of service, Wallace is perhaps best known for authoring the 19th century’s best selling American novel, “Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ” in 1880. Lew Wallace was Initiated on December 15, 1850 at Fountain Lodge No. 60 in Covington, Indiana. Brother Wallace was called from labor on February 15, 1905.
Artwork Antiques Apparel Emblems Pins Rings Jewelry Supply Items On Sale Masonic Military Products Ring Buyers Guide About The Freemasons Grand Lodges Becoming a Freemason Masonic Etiquette Lost and Found Famous Freemasons Myths about Masons Masonic Rituals Site Seeing Tour Sketchley Tokens Famous Quotes Blogs By Masons Gift Certificates Videos Articles Toasts Graces Poetry Songs Encyclopedia Library Home Page Contact Us About Us Store Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Use My Account Shopping Cart info@MasonicShop.com
Remember, if you don't see the Ashlar "A", it's not authentic.
By Brothers, For Brothers & always For the good of the craft...
© 2019 The Ashlar Company DMCA Registration # DMCA-1027882