Ceremonies at the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Army War College Building at Washington Barracks: With the Addresses and Invocation Delivered on the Occasion, February 21, 1903
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903 - 34 עמודים
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according acting architect arranged Artillery band battery Bishop Bless Brig building Capt carriage Cavalry Chairman Chief of Engineers College Board commanding officer completed Copy corner stone Corps of Engineers DEPUTY GRAND MASTER detail District of Columbia duty east efficiency erection escort established exercises February 21 firing foot formed foundation front George George H Gillespie Government grand lodge GRAND MASTER honor House implement individual institution instruction invocation John JUNIOR justice later laying leaves Lieut Masonic master of ceremonies McKim military Music Navy necessary peace performed plans play position practical preparation prescribed present President President's principles proper reservation Right salute Satterlee seated Second Secretary Secretary of War selection Senate SENIOR GRAND WARDEN showing Signal soldier square staff stand Thee tion troops true U. S. Army United Washington Barracks Young
עמוד 25 - Make you perfect in every good work to do his will, working in you that which is well pleasing in his sight ; through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen.
עמוד 22 - This corner stone has been tested by the proper implements of Masonry. I find that the Craftsmen have skillfully and faithfully performed their duty, and I do declare the stone to be well formed, true and trusty, and correctly laid, according to the rules of our ancient Craft.
עמוד 23 - Masons, laid the foundation-stone of this structure, I now deliver these implements of your profession into your hands, intrusting you with the superintendence and direction of the work, having full confidence in your skill and capacity to conduct the same.
עמוד 12 - ... practical efficiency. It is also true that, other things being equal, the officer who keeps his mind alert by intellectual exercise, and who systematically studies the reasons of action and the materials and conditions and difficulties with which he may have to deal, will be the stronger practical man and the better soldier.
עמוד 14 - ... found the sanity and wisdom of his conclusions and gave them effect. Were Upton living today, still upon the active list of the army, he would see all of the great reforms for which he contended substantially secured: the threebattalion system, the interchangeability of staff and line, examinations for promotion, and now, by the wisdom of the present Congress, the establishment of a General Staff, and the completion of the system of military education under the controlling body which will find...