The Missouri Masonic Research Library is located at the Masonic Complex in Columbia, Missouri.
6033 Masonic Drive
Columbia, Missouri 65202.
The Missouri Masonic Research Library was dedicated on September 23, 2012. It was originally established by the Missouri Lodge of Research. The Missouri Lodge of Research has a rich history dating back to its founding, with its dispensation and charter signed by Grand Master Harry S. Truman. MWB Truman would go on to be Master of the Missouri Lodge of Research in 1950 while still serving as President of the United States.
The care and management of the Missouri Masonic Research Library transferred to the Masonic Home of Missouri in 2020. As with the Masonic Museum, the Masonic Home of Missouri looks forward to preserving the history of Missouri Freemasonry in the library.
The Missouri Masonic Research Library is available by appointment Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., when the Masonic Complex is open.
If you are interested in an appointment, please call the Masonic Home at (800) 434-9804 or fill out our form.
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