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Letter from Peter Le Barbier Duplessis to John James Joseph Gourgas. Dated July 6, 1815. In this letter, Duplessis, one of the principal leaders in the establishment of the Lodge of Perfection in Philadelphia, asks Gourgas to confer the “High…

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Letter from the Masonic Historical Publishing Company to John A. Cassil. Dated March 19, 1892. In this letter, the Masonic Historical Publishing Company requests that John A. Cassil of Howard, Ohio, send a personal photograph and $18.50 for the…

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Jeff. Davis going to war, Jeff. Davis returning from war an [ass]. Dated 1861. This wood engraving created by E. Rogers depicts a metamorphic image of Confederate president Jefferson Davis. Imprint at the bottom of the document reads, "Entered,…

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Army and Navy goods and camp utensils of every description, fire arms, swords, etc. Dated about 1861. A catalog of Army and Navy supplies produced by E. W. Carryl & Company, a United States Government depot for furnishing. The company was located in…

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A Victorian era trade card issued by C. M. Englehart & Son. Dated sometime during 1870 and 1885. In this document, the jewelers Charles M. Englehart and his son William F. Englehart of Philadelphia advertise "Masonic Marks," unique, personal designs…

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A Victorian era trade card issued by C. M. Englehart & Son. Dated sometime during 1870 and 1885. In this document, the jewelers Charles M. Englehart and his son William F. Englehart of Philadelphia advertise "Masonic Marks," unique, personal designs…

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A 32° traveling certificate issued by the Valley of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Edward-Joseph Uhde. Dated July 10, 1910. Autographed by Sovereign Grand Commander Barton Smith, Warren G. Harding, the twenty-ninth President of the United States, and…

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This certificate issued by the Supreme Circle of the Companions of the Forest of America announces the appointment of Josephine Marquis of Indian Head Circle, No. 307, as Circle Deputy. Dated June 12, 1900. The Companions were a women's group allied…

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Star of the North, or comet of 1861. Dated between 1861 and 1865. This Civil War envelope depicts President Lincoln as a comet streaking across the sky in patriotic hues.

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The first officer killed in the Revolution. Warren. The first officer killed in the present Rebellion. Ellsworth. Dated between 1861 and 1865. This Civil War envelope depicts the first two soldiers killed in America’s Revolutionary War and Civil War,…