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Harry Carr Born 1900 Initiated Raised 1943 Died October 20, 1983 Carr was made a Mason in 1943 at Noble Brotherhood Lodge No. 6662. Carr served as Worsipful Master in1943, and as Secretary from 1947-1970. He was an honorary member in 28 different lodges in five countries, and is highly regarded for his contributions to Masonic research and literature. In 1953, Carr received London Grand Rank and served the Grand Lodge as Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies, and later as Junior Grand Deacon. The Ars Quatour Coronatorum regularly featured his research as he traveled the world giving lectures on Masonic History. Brother Harry Carr was called from labor on October 20, 1983.
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