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November 30, 2016


Hilary Anderson Stelling, Director of Collections and Exhibitions


Thanks for your comment!

I will look forward to seeing the image.

Talk to you soon,


Bob Brown

Hello Hilary,
I have an additional image to share with you. It's titled "The Master Mason" although not in the image itself. It appears on the cover and the frontispiece of "Old Masonic Art" a publication of the Masonic Service Association in 1952. The book was a Souvenir of the 33rd annual meeting of the MSA presented by the Executive Committee.
The image was engraved by F. Curtis and printed by F. Cole at 18 Fore St. Cripplegate in 1801. It was subsequently printed by F. Compton Price in 1889.
It is not specifically sourced.
The pictures in the book "are from the print collections in many Masonic libraries"

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