Title: The History of Freemasonry: Its Legends and ...
Publisher: New York and London: The Masonic History Company, manufactured in the United States of America by R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co. at Lakeside Press 1898, 1906
Publication Date: 1906
2091 p., 7 volumes. A comprehensive history of free masonry beginning with prehistoric masonry and concluding with the spread of Grand Lodges to Asia, Africa, India and "Australasia" in the late 19th century. In a supplement to the text, W. Bro.William James Hughan laments the death of his friend and fellow Masonic scholar Dr. Mackey, and provides detailed updates, corrections and additions. All volumes are as new. In this thorough investigation, Dr. Mackey both "embraces the Legendary History of Freemasonry" and "its authentic annals." He chronicles the ways that Masonic legends embellish and coincide with historical fact. Hard cover, black embossed with gold titles. Frontispiece of the author. Includes beautiful engravings throughout, some in color, and all protected by tissue paper; bibliography. Ragged fore edge. Interior of each book is clean and printed on good paper. No international shipping. Bookseller Inventory # 3SH1
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