With over a 170-year history in Oregon, Freemasons celebrate tradition, personal growth, and literature – and have quite the collection of books and artifacts on our longtime Forest Grove campus.
And so the Grand Lodge of Oregon envisioned this library and museum, open to the public and dedicated to the memory of Robert M. Richmond, a former Grand Master, and his love for books and the pursuit of knowledge.
The one-story building includes a conference room, a flexible event space, a museum display of various masonic artifacts, and a private library collection of more than 1,000 linear feet. A brick façade leads to a day-lit interior.
We have a very unique Masonic collection of digitized books, papers, and museum items, which may be accessed online via the Alexandria Digital Archives, a searchable digital library.
Access our digital archives of Masonic history with ease by visiting GLO.GoAlexandria.com.
See our hours of operation HERE.
We appreciate our donors and keep our doors open through their generosity.
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We also may accept donations of Masonic regalia and paraphernalia. If interested, please contact the Library & Museum Chairman via email.