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July 02, 2008



Thanks very much for pointing out this useful reference. I just pulled it from our shelves and will add the citation to the post. I also think we'll re-catalog it as I see there's lots of good information contained within that isn't easily accessible.

If you've read the Dent book, what did you think?

S. Brent Morris

At the 58th annual Consistory of the Society of Blue Friars in 2002, William Preston Vaughn, BF, presented his Blue Friar Lecture, "Masonic Home and School of Texas, 1920-1940: The Glory Days," in which he touches briefly on the "Mighty Mites." His paper was published in Wallace McLeod and S. Brent Morris, eds., "A Daily Advancement in Masonic Knowledge: The Collected Blue Friar Lectures" (Bloomington, Ill.: Masonic Book Club, 2003).

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