Kena Shriners Hiram's Oasis

Welcome to the World's Largest and oldest collection of Masonic clip-art, graphics, logos, artwork, images, pictures, and thousands of text files with story's information and facts about Freemasons anywhere on the Internet! Near 10,000 in all!

Most of these files were made available by and are here in memory of Noble Preston Burner who put 10 years into collecting these files on a BBS (Bulletin Board System) that he ran from the basement of his home in Vienna Virginia from 1987 though 1997. The Kena Computer Club and the founder of Hiram's Oasis, Preston E. Burner passed away on May 10, 2000 Here>>

Happy 27th birthday to Hiram's Oasis & Kena Computer Club!! It was this month (November, 2014) In 1987 Hiram's began and has been a source of Masonic light for all these years.

Hiram's Oasis receives near 20,000 visitors, and 100,000 pages views per year. Thousands of files are downloaded.

March 17, 2014. Website has been moved to a new server, most files are stored in Google Drive.

online since 10-25-99

  • Hiram's Oasis
  • Hiram's Oasis History
  • BBS Files
  • Pictures
  • Pictures Other
  • Private Collection
  • Short Talk Bulletins
  • Preston
  • Lecture Slides for the Degrees *
  • Masonic Membership Program
  • Hiram's Guestbook
  • Hiram's Links
  • All Files
  • Upload Files

* Lecture Slides for Masonic Degree Work

Entered Apprentice Slides Fellowcraft Slides Master Mason Slides

(Because of their extremely large size, downloading these files may take a while.)

We ask no fee for these slides, but we ask you to help us preserve this historic building and its artifacts.

Please send all donations by check and please make checks out to “Fredericksburg Masonic Museum”

Please mail donations to: P.O. Box 702, Fredericksburg, VA 22404

A NOTE ABOUT THE SLIDES: These are the original hand drawn pictures that have been around for years. They have been converted to PowerPoint slides from the old 33mm slides. It is rumored that they are copies from the old glass slides and may date to the mid 1800s. Ask some of your older members if they remember the “Magic Lantern” and glass slides. Because of the size of the files, they can not be emailed. However, once downloaded, all three will fit on a CD. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me directly at: