Help preserve the statue of Albert Pike

On October 5th 2017 Congressional legislation entitled H. R. 3983 was introduced:   “To: direct the Secretary of the Interior to remove the statue to the memory and in honor of Albert Pike erected near Judiciary Square in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes.”

The Foundation Of Universal Freemasonry has begun an effort to raise the funds necessary to preserve the statue by removing it to private property for permanent display. This project is intended to be a grass-roots effort by individual Freemasons of all Jurisdictions, Obediences and Constitutions rather than the work of any particular Masonic organization. 100% of all funds raised will be used either for the removal and preservation of the statue or for maintenance of the statue.

District of Columbia letter to remove the statue of Albert Pike

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Phoenixmasonry’s page on the statue of Albert Pike