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Paris: Crapouillot, 1953. 78p., mild handling wear, very good. Illustrated sections on various secret societies, including the Freemasons, the Black Hand, and six pages on the KKK (including two lynching photos). Text in French. Also included are two heavily foxed issues from 1936 and 1939.
Oakland: Oakland Civic Auditorium/Aahmes Temple, Oakland, A.A.O.N.M.S., 1925. [8p] 6x9.25 inches, lyrics for the songs, program for the evening including lists of singers, musicians and others, mildly worn, stapled playbill in paper covers illustrated with monochrome drawing of the Shriners' Fez.
Seattle: Jackson Studio, 1937. 9.25x7.25 inch photo in a larget matte, the backing edgeworn; the photo itself is slightly unevenly exposed, but otherwise very good. The Masonic-inspired organization was named after Philippine independence leader Jose Rizal, who wrote under the pen name Dimas-Alang (Cannot be Touched). Members of various lodges.....
Paris: Editions Stock, 1997. 159p., profuse mixed illustrations in b&w, sepia and color photography, period & contemporary, from nature & posed, old engraved views, and a map. Glazed alkaline paperstock, a high-quality production obviously a labor of love. Hardbound in openweave green cloth boards gilt and dust jacket, 13x10 inches.....
Costa Mesa: International Order of Job's Daughters, Bethel No. 157, 1953. Four-panel program, 5.5x8.5 inches, list of officers, guardian council, program, Bethel Officers, appointive officers, choir, light discolorations to rear cover otherwise very good printed program on textured heavy card stock. Mason-sponsored women's youth organization for girls 10-20 years old.....
San Francisco: California Lodge No. 1, F. & A. M., 1949. 29p., 6.25x9.25 inches, frontisphoto, foreword by Charles C. Trowbridge, Jr., dedication, reproductions of documents, past masters, very good booklet in original stiff, purple wraps with seal on cover, sunning at edges and spine fold. A brief history of the.....