Research Papers by title

Many of these papers have been sourced from the personal digital archives of current members of Linford Lodge of Research. Some of these files lack information on when or where delivered and/or published. Every effort will be made to rectify such omissions as information comes to hand.

An initial definite or indefinite article in a title (The or A) has been deliberately omitted in this list.

46th (South Devonshire) Regiment and Freemasonry in Australia 1814 to 1817, by Robert Linford
290 – A start on the History: a study in method?, by Neil Morse
Ancient Mystical Order Rosau Crucis, AMORC, by Peter Bindon
Andrew Michael Ramsay and His Masonic Oration, by Lisa Kahler
ANZMRC 9th biennial Conference, by Tony Pope
At a perpetual distance: Liberal and Adogmatic Grand Lodges, by Tony Pope
Australia & the Anzac Tradition – An Immigrant’s View, by Geoffrey Ludowyk
Being Free, by Robert Nairn
Brief History of the World Conference of Masonic Grand Lodges, by Juan Carlos Alvarez
Brothers Under Arms, The Tasmanian Volunteers, by Tony Pope
Brothers under the skin, by Tony Pope
Catherine the Great and Freemasonry in Russia, by Robert Nairn
Century of Masonic Research, by Neil Morse
Degrees of the Practical Masons, by Neil Morse
Due to Active Service conditions, by Neil Morse
Freemasonry and the Jamison Raid, by Rodney Grosskopff
Freemasonry in Cyprus – a dysfunctional family, by Tony Pope
Freemasonry in foreign parts, by Douglas Batten
Freemasonry in former ‘Soviet Bloc’ countries, by Tony Pope
Freemasonry in the Australian Military, by Neil Morse
Freemasonry in the United States of America, by Robert Nairn
Freemasonry in France, by Robert Nairn
Freemasonry in India, by Robert Nairn
greenMasonry: Nature and Freemasonry, by Geoffrey Ludowyk
Harry Renfree, a Canberra Masonic pioneer, by Neil Morse
Illawarra Lodge of Unanimity and Concord, by Neil Morse
Innovation in Freemasonry, by Robert Nairn
Internet and Freemasonry, by R.A Pearson
Kidd Collection, by Neil Morse
Landmarks of the Order, by Robert Nairn
Living Freemasonry, by Geoffrey Ludowyk
Looking Forward, Looking Back, by Phillip O’Rourke
Lucas apron, by Neil Morse
Masonic Odyssey, by Tony Pope
Masonry in Japan, by Brian McKibbin
Masonry in Latin America, by Juan Carlos Alvarez
Master’s Board; a speculative note, by Robert Linford
Medical Approach to the Ancient Penalties, by Graeme Moller
Mysticism, Masculinity and Masonry, by David Slater
New Perspective in Masonic Research, by Donald Falconer
Our segregated brethren, Prince Hall Freemasons, by Tony Pope
Prince Hall Freemasonry, by Robert Nairn
Prince Hall revisited, by Tony Pope
Quadrivium 1: Arithmetic – Masonic Mathematicians, by Robert Nairn
Quadrivium 3: Music – Masonic Composers, by Robert Nairn
Quadrivium 4: Astronomy -Masonic Astronomers and Explorers, by Robert Nairn
Relationship between Church and State, by Robert Nairn
Relationship Between Grand Lodges and Lodges of Research, by Neil Morse
Some issues in the NSW pre-Union debate, by Neil Morse
Some notes on the problems of Fraternal Relations, by Robert Linford
Some Observations on Ritual Development, particularly as reflected in the Explanation of the First Tracing Board, by Robert Linford
Statistical Mechanics if the Masonic Mind, by Philip Purcell
Baden Social Democrat – Rolf Gustav, by Ralf Bernd Herden
Trivium : Grammar – Masonic authors, by Robert Nairn
Unique features at Goulburn lodge room, by A.B Miller
Vale Neville Barker Cryer, by Neil Morse
Why bother with overseas recognition?, by Tony Pope
Wider Horizons, by Tony Pope