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Introduction to Freemasonry, Volume I, Entered Apprentice (edition 1931)

by Carl H. Claudy

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A simple explanation of the period of learning and fundamentals. This book answers the elementary inquiries of the new brother to whom all the craft is strange. This set of books will also make many a Mason sit up in astonishment that what he thought obvious and uninteresting is so vividly alive.
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A simple explanation of the period of learning and fundamentals. This book answers the elementary inquiries of the new brother to whom all the craft is strange. This set of books will also make many a Mason sit up in astonishment that what he thought obvious and uninteresting is so vividly alive.

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