30 Famous Freemasons & Their Contributions To The World
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Check out the 30 Famous Freemasons that you should know about. Freemasonry. Inventors. Educators. Astronauts. Athletes. Movie Starts. Producers. Entrepreneurs. Founders.

Check out the 30 Famous Freemasons that you should know about. Freemasonry. Inventors. Educators. Astronauts. Athletes. Movie Starts. Producers. Entrepreneurs. Founders.

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  • 1. 30 Famous Free Masons Their contributions to the world. ! ! ! ! Bro. Wayne Chen, MM, Magnolia Lodge No. 53.
  • 2. Leland Stanford American Tycoon Industrialist Politician Founder of The Stanford University
  • 3. Frank E. Gannett Founder of Gannett Media Corporation
  • 4. Lawrence D. Bell Industrialist Founder of Bell Aircraft Corporation
  • 5. Edwin E. “Buzz” Aldrin American Astronaut Second person to walk on the Moon Colonel U.S. Air Force U.S.M.A. Graduate
  • 6. Herbert H. Dow Chemical Industrialist Founder of Dow Chemical Corporation
  • 7. James C. Penney American business man Founder of J.C. Penney Company Inc.
  • 8. Thomas J. Watson American business man Chairman and CEO of International Business Machines (IBM)
  • 9. Leonardo W. DiCaprio American Actor Film Producer Three Academy Award Winner Nine Golden Globe Awards
  • 10. Booker T. Washington African American educator, author, orator and advisor to presidents of the United States. Founder of West Virginia State University
  • 11. John A. Elway American Football Quarterback & EVP Denver Broncos, NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame
  • 12. Frederick L. Maytag Founder of the Maytag Company
  • 13. Louis B. Mayer American Film Producer Founder
  • 14. Roscoe Pound Educator, Botanist and Jurist Dean of Harvard Law School
  • 15. Samuel Nicholas First commissioned officer of Continental Marines. First Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps.
  • 16. John H. Glenn Colonel, U.S. Marine Corp Pilot First American Astronaut to orbit Earth U.S. Senator Six Distinguished Flying Cross Medals
  • 17. Darryl F. Zanuck American film studio executive and producer Co-Founder of 20th Century Films
  • 18. Sir. Alexander Fleming Biologist, Pharmacologist and Botanist Discovered the antibiotic, Penicillin
  • 19. Oscar Wilde Irish Writer and Poet Author of The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • 20. Shaquille R. O’Neal American Basketball player, Music Artist, and Sports Analyst. Los Angeles Reserve Officer and Entrepreneur
  • 21. Carlo Collodi Italian children’s writer. Author of The Adventures of Pinoochio
  • 22. Sir. Author Conan Doyle Physician and writer Creator of Sherlock Holmes
  • 23. Denton True “Cy” Young American MLB Pitcher National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee Cy Young Award
  • 24. Arnold D. Palmer American Professional Golfer Presidential Medal of Freedom Award Congressional Gold Medal Award
  • 25. Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi French sculptor and designer Designed the Statue of Liberty State of the Marquis de Lafayette
  • 26. Lincoln & Gutzon Borglum Father & Son American Sculptors, Author, and Engineer of Mount Rushmore
  • 27. David Kalākaua Last Reigning King of the Kingdom of Hawaii
  • 28. James Hoban Irish Architect Designer of the The White House and Supervising Architect of the U.S. Capitol Building
  • 29. Prince Edward HRH, Duke of Kent Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England Colonel of the Scots Guards Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order Royal Knight of the Garter
  • 30. William James Mayo American Physician and Surgeon Founder of The Mayo Clinic
  • 31. Audie Murphy American Combat Soldier Awarded every U.S. military combat valor award available from U.S. Army in W.W. II Medal of Honor Recipient