The Small Town Texas Mason E-magazine

"In a small Lodge, past and present are closely
linked, almost too close to tell the difference."

Welcome to the award winning "Small Town Texas Mason's E-Magazine".
We currently have just over 600 subscribers worldwide.

Click Here For The August 2015 Issue Of The STTM E-magazine

Click Here For The Past Issues Archives Of The STTM E-magazine

Click Here For The Lodges Used In The STTMasons E-magazine

Remember, if you haven't read a past issue,
it's as new to you as the latest one.

This publication was created to provide Masonic News, History and Entertainment for all Freemasons and interested non-Masons alike.

As the title sugests, it features a small town Texas Masonic Lodge and/or a story of Texas Masonic history or heros in each issue, but it also covers Freemasonry worldwide.

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This Small Town Texas Mason's E-Magazine is an independent publication, not connected with any individual Blue Lodge or state Grand Lodge. The beliefs, ideas and opinions expressed here are strictly those of the authors and not necessarily those of the editor, any individual Blue Lodge or any state Grand Lodge.


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John "Corky" Daut P.M.Waller Masonic Lodge #808 AF & AM
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