A donation from the Greenville Mason’s Lodge 245 was presented to the DeMoulin Museum Sunday evening at the museum.
Three members of the lodge attended the brief ceremony, displaying the set of Masonic aprons that had been manufactured at the DeMoulin’s plant.
John Goldsmith, curator of the museum, is excited to receive the latest donation. He said the donation is a unique collection of Masonic history, DeMoulin history, and Greenville history all at once.
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The aprons were discovered when the lodge recently moved to a new location. They have “DeMoulin Brothers” tags on the back.
Representing the Mason Lodge on Sunday were Kenneth Henry, Merle Scott and Bob Kirkman.