Milton Fitch Jr., left, and David Cash, right, are the Grand Masters of North Carolina's two Masonic organizations, which officially recognized each other on Friday after more than a century. They pray together before the start of a Brotherhood Celebration Program held at the State House in Raleigh.
Milton Fitch Jr., left, and David Cash, right, are the Grand Masters of North Carolina's two Masonic organizations, which officially recognized each other on Friday after more than a century. They pray together before the start of a Brotherhood Celebration Program held at the State House in Raleigh.
Milton Fitch Jr., left, and David Cash, right, are the Grand Masters of North Carolina's two Masonic organizations, which officially recognized each other on Friday after more than a century. They pray together before the start of a Brotherhood Celebration Program held at the State House in Raleigh.

Masonic groups in N.C. -- one white, one black -- acknowledge brotherhood

November 22, 2008 01:12 AM

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