New Indiana Masonic book: ‘Along the Way’ by Barry White

WB Barry White has just published a new reference work of great importance to Indiana Freemasons. ‘Along the Way’ is a comprehensive survey of the men who have served as Grand Master for the Grand Lodge F&AM of Indiana, from 1818 through 2021, with histories, photographs, biographies of each of these brethren.

The price is $43.00, which includes shipping, and may be ordered directly from Barry at [email protected] .

Proceeds from his new book will benefit the new Bartholomew County Masonic Museum taking shape in Columbus.

Barry is the Senior Warden of the Dwight L. Smith Lodge of Research U.D., a Past Master of Hartsville Lodge 547, and is currently serving as Master of Hope Lodge 150. He is the author of two other Masonic histories in Indiana: ‘Hartsville Lodge No. 547: From the Past To the Future,’ and ‘Steadfast Roots: A History of Freemasonry in Bartholomew County.’ In addition to his history books, Brother White has written several training books, one for Secretaries and Lodge Officers. The quarterly newsletter for Bartholomew County Lodges was his creation, along with starting the Bartholomew County Past Masters Association.

For his boundless dedication to Indiana Freemasonry, he was awarded the Order of Service to Masonry by the Grand Lodge F&AM of Indiana in May 2018.