Famous Freemasons
Freemasonry makes good men - better.
Here is a very incomplete list of notable individuals throughout the history, who were members of the Fraternity. In no praticular order, we give you: 
George Washington
Irving Berlin
Theodore Roosevelt
Louis Armstrong
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Ludwig van Beethoven
Harry S. Truman
Andrew Jackson
Mark Twain
Benjamin Franklin
Oscar Wilde
Norman Vincent Peale
Sir Alexander Fleming
Edwin E. “Buzz” Aldrin, Jr.
Winston Churchill
John Jacob Astor
Edward VII, King of England
Christopher Wren
Frederick the Great, King of Prussia
Kemal Ataturk, Father of modern Turkiye
Henry Ford
Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor
Duke Ellington
Harpo Marx
Oliver Hardy
Peter Sellers
Charles Lindbergh
Arnold Palmer
George VI, King of England during W.W. II
Denton True “Cy” Young
Marquis de Lafayette, French Supporter of American Freedom
Cecil B. DeMille
Alexandre Millerand, President of France
John Wayne
Harry Houdini
Peter the Great, Emperor of Russia
J. C. Penny
Walter Chrysler
Thurgood Marshall
Buffalo Bill Cody
Paul Revere
Lewis and Clark
Duke of Wellington
Rudyard Kipling
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Lord Nelson
Alexander Eiffel
Gutzon Borglum, Mount Rushmore
Frederick Bartholdi, Statue of Liberty
Louis Armstrong
Clark Gable
C.W. Mayo, founder of Mayo Clinic
James Watt (1736-1819) inventor of the steam engine. Initiated 1763
James Smithson, founder of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC

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