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The Unity Box

SALEM LODGE No. 330
Hamlin, Penna.


The Unity Box

This box, the Unity Box, is built of wood from trees from within each of our fifty-eight Masonic Districts across the entire state of Pennsylvania as well as from England. Each piece of wood as are our districts is unique with its own individual identity, character, strength and weaknesses.

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The District map on the top of the box is where each District is individually depicted and readily identifiable by the wood from the district.

The foundation, or base of the box, is where all individual districts in our Great Jurisdiction come together in unanimity. Symbolically, this is where one brother is bound to another supporting every Brother Master Mason. Their Combined Strength is much larger than that of their individual selves. Here, each individual serves to make the other stronger and to support the whole.

Inside, under the cover, the box also contains wood from England, the home of our Mother Grand Lodge, symbolically reflecting our underfying Masonic fraternal heritage and roots.

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