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THE GREAT EARTHQUAKE

The Great Earthquake was perhaps the greatest catastrophe (before the atom bomb) in the history of Japan. "Imagine two great cities," said one witness, "comparable to Paris, Berlin or Chicago, wiped out within two minutes. At two minutes to twelve you had everything; at twelve o'clock a vast plain of rubbish, stone, charred wood, indistinguishable litter, and blackened motionless forms, with arms outstretched, lying in the hot sun, and all you owned was the suit you were wearing and the umbrella which you were surprised to find you were still carrying." The two storied brick building called the Masonic Hall which housed the Lodges on Lot No. 61 Yamashita-cho, fell like a pack of cards and was completely demolished by the earthquake and fire.

In order to keep up the Masonic activities after the disaster, meetings were held in Kobe at the Corinthian Hall for a few months. The first Masonic Meeting held in Yokohama was in the ruins of the American Trading Company offices by Lodge Star in the East. According to WB Michael Apcar "old packing cases and boxes were used for the principal chairs, and lighting was by candles, the atmosphere shared by those Brethren present demonstrated the true character of Masons, poor and penniless, but rich in Brotherly love, Relief and Truth." Another example of the sincerity of our fraternity was that of Illustrious Brother Frazar 33°, Deputy for the Supreme Council, A & A.S.R. Masons for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States, who built his temporary office building and granted the upper story to the Masonic Lodge at which site all meetings were held until 1927.

The recovery after the devastation of the Great Earthquake in Yokohama was slow. Even as late as 1963, in the area comprising the Bund and Main Street, there are vacant lots which were never rebuilt; not because of the bombing, the result of World War II as one would suppose, but they are, in effect, the scars left by that terrible earthquake which had wiped Yokohama, a thriving city, completely off the map.

Following the disaster, and for a short period, Lodge Star in the East held their meetings in the burnt out shell of the American Trading Co., near Hanazonobashi. Otentosama Lodge met in the office room of Messrs. Butterfield & Swire Company of the Bund, while Yokohama Lodge held their meetings in Kobe. However, they all assembled in the warehouse of Messrs. Sale & Frazer Company and operated there until 1927.   
















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"American Economic Association" Shirasu Kuki

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Presbyterian Hepburn Shirasu

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Richard Poole Interview

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Chosei Shirasu
http://doc.wrlc.org/bitstream/handle/2041/933/RG0031-001-0003-00119display.jpg?sequence=1

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"Everett W. Frazar" "Buzzards Bay" "West Falmouth Village"

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Korea and Her Relations to China, Japan and the United ...
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Everett Frazar - 1884

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"McNair's nine comprised youngsters of first-rate intellectual caliber. Meiji Gakuin first captain and catcher, Shirasu Bunpei, would go on to study at Harvard. His Younger brother Chohei, a pitcher , later studied at Yale."

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William St. Clair of Roslin

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Yokosuka Masonic Lodge No. 20 Decker

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history / 歴史 - The Official Website of Grand Lodge of Japan
www.grandlodgeofjapan.org › history
Its Masonic banner is presently hanging on the wall of the Masonic Temple in Yokohama. .... Naval Masonic Lodge functioning as a chartered Lodge under the jurisdiction of the Philippines at the Yokosuka Naval Base.

The Lodge - Yokosuka Lodge 20
www.yokosukalodge20.com › the-lodge
20, under the jurisdiction of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Japan. Please use the links on the left to gain more insight into the history and currency of Yokosuka Lodge #20.

Yokosuka Lodge 20
www.yokosukalodge20.com
YOKOSUKA LODGE #20. under the. Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Japan. Stated meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month, with fellowship on subsequent Tuesdays. Upcoming ...
Anti-Masonry in Japan
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During this period the first masonic lodge was introduced to Japan. ..... Freemasonry is a great mystery, and even in Japan has a history of fifty years, and the Foreign Bureau of the Metropolitan Police Board has been ...

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Yokosuka Naval Arsenal - Wikipedia
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yokosuka naval base dock history from en.wikipedia.org
Yokosuka Naval Arsenal was one of four principal naval shipyards owned and operated by the Imperial Japanese Navy, and was ... shogunate government established the Yokosuka Seisakusho, a military arsenal and ...

Imperial Japanese Navy bases and facilities - Wikipedia
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This is a list of Imperial Japanese Navy bases and facilities. Contents. [hide]. 1 Bases; 2 Dockyards; 3 Colleges and Training ... Yokosuka Dockyards - now US Navy Yokosuka Ship Repair Facility and United States Fleet ...

Yokosuka in WW2 History | World War II Database
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Photo(s) dated 20 Oct 1915. Yamashiro under construction in the No. 2 dock at Yokosuka, Japan, 20 Oct. 7 May 1917. Japan. The keel of Tenryu was laid down at the Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Japan. ww2dbase ...

JAPAN CAPITULATES--Takeover of Yokosuka Naval Base - Ibiblio
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Takeover of Yokosuka Naval Base, 30 August 1945. At 10:30 AM on 30 August 1945, ... Navy Base, Japan USS San Diego (CL-53) docks at Yokosuka on 30 August 1945, to take part in the U.S. occupation of that ...