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Below are books that lodges can utilized for Masonic Education, administration of lodges or leadership development.

75 Ways to Attract and Retain New Members

101+ Ways to Improve Interest and Attendance in Your Masonic Lodge

150+ Ways to Involve Your Lodge With the Family and in the Community

3-5-7 Minute Talks on Freemasonry by Benjamin Elbert Bede

A Masonic Thought for Each Day of the Year by Alphonse Cerza

A Treasury of Masonic Thought by Carl Glick

Along Masonic Trails by Wilmer E. Bresee

Art of Memory by Frances Yates

Chips From the Quarries by Richard H. Brown

Cornerstones of Freedom - A Masonic Tradition by S. Brent Morris
Discusses the cornerstone laying ceremony and its history.

Designs Upon the Trestleboard by Arthur Herman

Family Masonic Education Workbook by Burt Prater

Fraternal Poetry & Prose by Henry Emmerson

Freemasonry at the Top by .John E. Beumont
Easy to read and helpful to those who would be our leaders.

Freemasonry and its Etiquette by William Campbell-Everden

Getting and Giving Masonic Knowledge by Harry Mendoza

How to Become a Masonic Lodge Officer by H.L. Haywood

Key to Freemasonry's Growth, Allen E. Roberts, 1969

Mackeys Jurisprudence of Freemasonry by Albert G. Mackey / Hardcover
An excellent quick reference source of the written and unwritten laws, rules and regulations of Freemasonry. Especially important for its treatment of landmarks and Ancient Constitutions. Covers the Law for Lodges, for Candidates, for Individuals and for Grand Lodges.

Masonic Addresses by Barnard Eberlin

Masonic Lodge Methods by L. B. Blakemore

Masonic Lifeline - Leadership by Allen E. Roberts
A manual for "growing" leaders of Freemasons.

Masonic Odes and Poems by S. Brent Morris

Masonic Philanthropies by S. Brent Morris.

Masonic Quiz Book by Q. O. Peterson

Masonic trivia (and facts) by Allen E. Roberts / Hardcover
Within Masonic Trivia (and Facts) is more information than will be found between two covers, with the exception of an encyclopedia. The more than 600 questions and answers covers the story of Freemasonry from its earliest days to the present. Here the reader will meet many world leaders, men who worked an pleaded for men and women to support and love one another. From Aberdeen to the Ziegfeld Follies the answers to hundreds of questions will be found. The "mysteries" of the oldest fraternal organization in the world are uncovered many of them for the first time. Here the reader will find there are actually no secrets in Freemasonry. The comprehensive index will make it easy to find any subject or person quickly.

Meeting the Challenge: The Lodge at Work

One Hundred Short Prayers by May Stafford Hilburn

Our Stations and Places by Henry G. Meacham

Planning for the East by Grand Lodge of Missouri

Prayers for All Occasions by Stuart R. Oglesby

Questions and Answers by A.R. Chambers

Short Talks on Masonry by Joseph Fort Newton

Sing, Brothers, Sing by Carl F. Price

The Masonic Scholar - A Manual of Masonic Education for Candidates by Grand Lodge of California, F. & A.M.

The Master's Book by Carl H. Claudy, 1935
For the Warden preparing for his term as Worshipful Master.

The Old Past Master by Carl H. Claudy

The Search for Leadership by Allen Roberts

Twice Told Tales: A Masonic Reader, by L. Helms. Although many of the conclusions reached by this author are based solely on Masonic sources such as Mackey and Coil, this is a great book for the Lodge Education Officer. Many of the myths that have grown up around Freemasonry are explored. The chapters are short, informative, and to the point.

Whither Are We Traveling by Dwight L. Smith

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