thursday in the hood

A week or so ago I went with ToonMan 
to 
B&H Photo to exchange something 
as we walked back to the subway 
I noticed the 'writing on the wall': 
Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite.

I had to find out what the heck that meant so
 .. yup .. 
I Googled and here's what I learned
 click here 
to read about it 
and 
The Manhattan Center on 34th Street 
between 
Eighth and Ninth Avenues.

15 comments:

  1. King Kalakaua was a mason.

    Think I'll post one of their buildings too!



    Warm Aloha from Waikiki

    Comfort Spiral

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  2. I love the flash of green you've captured & the interesting perspective too.

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  3. Cool building...checked out the link.

    Whadja get at B%H? :)

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  4. Nice shot of the building.

    I order from B&H Photo ..
    all the local camera shops around
    here have closed..

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  5. Love this and will go check out the link.

    wv is humunpe. At the doctor's office, this would require a cup.

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  6. Fantastic new look!
    This building has great details...
    my husband and son are Masons

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  7. I've been to the Hammerstein Ballroom, very cool - I almost felt like I had class ;)

    I love the arches above the top windows.

    and I see you will be appearing there

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  8. I'll have to show this to Cdub. His Dad was a Mason and he's a Mason. A member of two different lodges.
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    Heres a link of rememberance for Cdub's dad.
    http://henricounion.com/Chuck%20Tompson%20Sr.htm

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  9. I was going to say it was a Masonry building...but I didn't know all that other history--quite fascinating.

    How was B&H? I've bought a lot of stuff there via the Internet...

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  10. Great shot of the building and thanks for the link. That was fascinating reading.

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  11. Cool.. always fun to learn about the history of these places.

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  12. Great history! Great arches! The camera shops around here have closed too! Thank goodness for Amazon!

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  13. great perspective shot!

    interesting building with an interesting history.

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