GOULD'S HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY THROUGH THE WORLD, Revised by Dudley Wright. Robert Freke Gould.
GOULD'S HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY THROUGH THE WORLD, Revised by Dudley Wright

GOULD'S HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY THROUGH THE WORLD, Revised by Dudley Wright

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1936. Hardcover. Standard work on the evolution of the order in Europe and Great Britain, tracing the origins of this secret society to the ancient mysteries of Greece, Rome, and Egypt. Popular among members of the order, it also includes a detailed chronicle of how Freemasonry evolved in the medieval period from craftsmen's guilds. This revised edition encompasses the contributions of distinguished Masons in the United States, Canada, and Latin America. Frontispieces (two color), with numerous textual illustrations. Quarto, six volumes. Original blue cloth bindings, with decorative blind stamping and gilt titles. Each volume bears a presentation inscription dated October 1962 and signed by 18 members of the San Bernardino, California Scottish Rite. Light dust staining to the top edges. The spines are darkened a bit, with some minor staining to the rear board of the first volume; else a very good set. Very good. Item #71021

Price: $400.00

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