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Frankfurt am Main: Fa. Mahlau & Waldschmidt, 1908. No. 281. Dienstag, den 18. August 1908. Quartal-Versammlung im Lokale der Bundesloge Zur Einigkeit. Pages 845-855. 8vo, self-wrappers, spine worn, small tear in right margin of most pages, several pages lacking bottom right corner margin, first and last pages lightly soiled. Frankfurt am Main: Fa. Mahlau & Waldschmidt, 1908.
Philadelphia: T. S. Manning, 1820. 31 pages. 12mo, disbound, a few pages with light foxing. (Philadelphia: T. S. Manning, 1820). Inscribed on last page by George A. Baker, grand secretary of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Included in the text is a list of the Masonic Lodges in the United States under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Text also includes a list of names of freemasons, in several states, who were suspended, rejected, or repulsed by their lodges.
Hamburg: Nestler und Melle, 1838. Festlich begangen durch die Grosse Loge zu Hamburg, in Vereine mit ihren zu Hamburg arbeitenden Tochter Logen, g. u. v. St. Johannis Logen: Absalom, St. Georg, Emanuel, Ferdinande Caroline und Ferdinand zum Felsen. Lithograph illustrations on front and back wrappers, two engraved vignettes on title page. 128pp. + 1 leaf. 8vo, original pr. wrs., spine worn, wrappers lightly soiled, scattered light foxing. (Hamburg: Nestler und Melle, 1838).
Frontis. 348pp. 8vo, modern 1/2 calf with marbled boards; (light foxing, offsetting of Frontis. onto t.p., last page chipped on top margin, otherwise very good). Charlestown: Samuel Etheridge, Anno Lucis, 5801, . First Collected Edition. Author received his A.M. in theology from Harvard University. In 1788, Harris was chosen to be George Washington's secretary, but declined the position because he was suffering with smallpox. From 1791 to 1793, Harris was librarian to Harvard University. Then he was pastor of the...
A Sermon preached before Worshipful Master, Wardens and Brethren of Lodge Number Fifty, of Free and Accepted Masons, at West- Chester...December 27, 5818. 24pp. 8vo, disbound; (3 chips to three page margins, light foxing). Downingtonwn: Printed by Charles Mowry, for the Author, 1818. First Edition S&S 44504.
New York: Masonic History Company, 1921. The New and Revised Edition by William J. Hughan and Edward L. Hawkins. Color and b/w plates. Many b/w text illus. 2 Vols. v, 913pp. 4to, decorated brown cloth, with gilt decorations, corners bumped on both volumes, spine ends and edges of covers rubbed on both volumes. New York: Masonic History Company, 1921.
1899. Excellent content A.L.S. 8vo. 1 page, Pall Mall, 1899. Forwarding research papers from his days as a serious scholar of Anthropology, in full: "I send you a copy of the reprint of the paper on "The Secret Tribal Societies of West Africa" that I read on May 5th before Lodge Quantico Committee - at an unscheduled meeting. I have obliterated certain passages bearing on rather Masonic matters." Marriott, a 32nd Degree Mason, made his presentation before a Masonic Lodge...
Hallowell: Ezekiel Goodale, 1815. 24pp. 8vo, sewn, bottom margin of last page torn, last two leaves creased in bottom margin, scattered light soiling to margins. Hallowell: Ezekiel Goodale, 1815. First Edition Presentation copy. Author was a mason and lawyer from Hallowell, Maine. This work is his first address on freemasonry. Sheppard was the author of several addresses on freemasonry. In 1842, he moved to Boston. For several years, Sheppard was the librarian of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Shaw & Shoemaker 35923.
Boston: Masonic Craftsman, 1937. 2 Illus. 72pp. 8vo, original blue cloth, spine ends and edges of corners lightly worn, cloth lightly soiled, ex-lib. Boston: Masonic Craftsman, (1937). First Edition. Several pages neatly underlined in yellow marker. Ex libris from the Scottish Rite Masonic Library and Museum. Moses Michael Hays was a Jewish merchant who lived in Newport and Boston. He was the brother-in-law of Isaac Touro. Most of this biography is on his activities as a freemason.
Washington: 1964. Signed Masonic program: Grand Master of Mason's Award, District of Columbia, 1964, Honoring Illustrious Harry S. Truman, 33 Degree, Past Grand Master, State of Missouri, Thursday May 7th 1964, Washington, D.C. 7" x 10", 8 pages, approximately 300 printed to accommodate seated guests, whereby the former President received his honorarium and reciprocated by donating: "A Stone removed from the Foundations of the White House during the renovation of 1950, bearing the Masonic "signature" of an unknown Master Mason...