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Representative British Freemasons

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0766135896, Paperback)

A series of biographies and portraits of early 20th century Freemasons. Prior to this gorgeous volume, no attempt had been made to provide Freemasons with a book presenting a series of portraits and biographies of the leading members of the craft, brethren whom the voice of good report has made known in all parts of the British Empire because of their strenuous and self-sacrificing labors for Freemasonry. A comprehensive index sets forth the biographies contained within. Nearly every biography contains a portrait of the person so discussed.

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