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Newly Made Mason: What He & Every Mason Should Know About Masonry (1948)

by H. L. Haywood

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This is an outstanding Masonic book for the new or experienced Mason. Haywood gives a good, brief history of Freemasonry and then takes us from the petition to Freemasonry place in the world. Masonic symbols, philosophy, etiquette and clothing are all discussed along with everything from Masonic relief to record keeping for the Lodge Secretary. An indispensable book for all Masons. Revised for today's Freemasonry by Michael R. Poll.… (more)
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This book provides a strong foundation in the practical and historical context of the fraternity and the lodge system for the new Mason, and deals somewhat less with the more symbolic or esoteric elements, though it does provide a brief introduction to the scope of these things as well. ( )
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This is an outstanding Masonic book for the new or experienced Mason. Haywood gives a good, brief history of Freemasonry and then takes us from the petition to Freemasonry place in the world. Masonic symbols, philosophy, etiquette and clothing are all discussed along with everything from Masonic relief to record keeping for the Lodge Secretary. An indispensable book for all Masons. Revised for today's Freemasonry by Michael R. Poll.

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