On a recent visit to London I went to this exhibition
"Women and Freemasonry: The Centenary", at the Freemasons Hall
Phyllis Sutton Vane, Grand Swordbearer, 1930s
Copyright: The Honourable Fraternity of Antient Freemasonry
It was quite unique of course, so if you are in London do try and go along. It's on until Friday 19th December 2008.
See also: http://www.freemasonry. ... emasonry.php
If you can't make it there is a book marking the centenary: "The Open Door - the Order of Women Freemasons 1908-2008" by Ann Picher-Dayton ISN 978-0-9558598-0-9
The Library & Museum at the Freemason's Hall is also well worth a visit and there are guided tours. (there are up to 5 tours per day at 11am, 12noon, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm, when the Grand Lodge is not in use.) And a great shop