Catalogue of Books on the Masonic Institution, in Public Libraries of Twenty-Eight States of the Union, Antimasonic in Arguments and Conclusions. With Introductory Remarks, and a Compilation of Records and Remarks.
Damrell & Moore, Boston, 1852. First Edition, Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Signed by Author. Henry Gassett, Bostonian businessman and friend of John Quincy Adams, donated numerous anti-masonic books to American and other libraries. This work, published as being by 'A member of the Suffolk Committee', consists of various essays on freemasonry as well as listing many of the books donated and their locations. Publisher's binding of dark brown cloth, gilt lettered.. Signed presentation inscription from Gassett on front free endpaper to one Wm. S. Morton. A good, sound and clean copy. The binding is chipped at edges and the cloth is splitting along parts of both joints, xiii + 191 pages, index. Approx. size 9" by 6". Category: History; Signed by Author. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 25279.
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