By William R. Denslow
Vol. II E-J. This very infrequent and lengthy out of print biographical paintings is a needs to for any Mason with a hope for Masonic examine. this isn't a photocopy of the unique paintings, yet a very new, re-type set variation. whereas a couple of editorial alterations were made the paintings is for the main half because it used to be while first released. the biggest swap is the addenda that was once on the finish of the 4th version. The addenda was once a set of corrections and additions to the paintings. we now have integrated the corrections and additions into the paintings itself removal the necessity for the addenda.
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10,000 Famous Freemasons by William R. Denslow