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Substance and Aims of the International Bureau for Masonic Relations at Neuchatel (Switzerland). Its activity so far and its importance for the Freemasonry of the world.

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Published by Buchler and Co, Printers, Berne, Switzerland, 1910
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Perhaps a first edition. Original wraps. 38 pages. A paper written to explain the essence, aims, the work and importance of the Universal Masonic Bureau, giving a history of past constitutions of Freemason organizations and their significance at the time of this writing. With a photo of a Grand Master, Edouard Quartier-La-Tente. In GOOD condition. Moderate uneven darkening and some soiling to the covers. Minor edge wear. Text clean and solid with general browning to the pages. Bookseller Inventory # 002762

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Title: Substance and Aims of the International ...

Publisher: Buchler and Co, Printers, Berne, Switzerland

Publication Date: 1910

Binding: Original Wraps

Book Condition:Good

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