Photographs of the George Washington Masonic National Memorial and grounds
A brief history:
- The George Washington Masonic National Memorial is a Neoclassical Masonic building designed by Harvey Wiley Corbett honouring the 1st President of the United States and Mason George
- The 333-foot memorial sits at the top of "Shooter's Hill" looking down on Old Town Alexandria, it's colossal viewing tower fashioned on the the ancient Lighthouse of Alexandria in Egypt.
- The memorial was officially dedicated in 1932 with the interior completed in 1970 and it was designated as a National Historic Landmark in July 2015.
- The Square & Compasses (Masonic symbol)
- Neoclassical exterior & tower
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