Join us on Tuesday, March 13th at 6 pm for…

An after-hours tour of the George Washington Masonic National Memorial Library!


Led by the Director of the Museum and Library Collections Mark Tabbert, the WRBG is invited for a short general tour of the George Washington Masonic National Memorial before embarking on a behind-the-scenes tour of the memorial’s private library and collection storage. Built over a period of about 10 years from 1923 to 1932 to “create a suitable Memorial Temple to George Washington, the Mason,” the collections contain historic material associated not only with Washington but other members of the fraternity closely intertwined with the history of this nation. RSVP to for what is sure to be an evening of learning and discovery!

We’ll walk to a nearby restaurant afterwards for a casual dinner, location forthcoming. Please let us know if you can join! We’ll be making a reservation for the group.

William E. Baxter
President, Washington Rare Book Group
Tuesday, March 13th, 6pm.  

The George Washington Masonic National Memorial
101 Callahan Drive, Alexandria, VA 22301

The King Street Metro Station is within walking distance of the Memorial (virtually across the street). The Yellow and Blue lines come to this station, providing easy access from the District of Columbia. For those who want to venture into Old Town Alexandria afterward, the King Street Metro has connections to the free King Street Trolley as well as several WMATA and DASH bus lines.
Is it time to renew your membership dues for 2018?
We hope you will renew (or join): The membership year runs from January through December, and dues are $30 — student dues are offered for $15. We look forward to an engaging season and hope you will renew your membership! Please remember to include any collecting interests that you may have. If you know anybody who would be interested in joining our group, please pass this along!

Below is a link to the membership form, to be mailed with your dues check to:
Jackie Coleburn, Treasurer
Washington Rare Book Group
PO Box 1387
Washington, DC 20013

Please note any collecting interests!
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