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Royal Masonic Boys School Cricket Match, Bushey, 1948

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The Royal Masonic School for Boys first opened in Wood Green, North London in 1857. It was founded by the Royal Masonic Institution for Boys, a charity established in 1798 to help clothe, feed and educate the sons of Freemasons. It is now known as the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys. By the late nineteenth century, the school had outgrown its Wood Green home and a new school was opened nearby in Bushey in 1903.

Museum of Freemasonry





oil on canvas


H 45 x W 89.5 cm

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Acquisition method

presented by the artist to the United Grand Lodge of England, 1997

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Museum of Freemasonry

Freemasons' Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London, Greater London WC2B 5AZ England

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