Author: Jones, Bernard E.
Number Of Pages: 644
Publisher: Cumberland House Publishing
Details: Product description First published in 1950, the 'Freemasons' Guide and Compendium' is filled with authentic, detailed information on a wide variety of subjects related to masons and masonry. Written by an experienced Freemason with the interests of rank-and-file members of the ordinary lodge in mind?especially the young Craftsman who wished to learn the nature of Freemasonry's claim to have a history that goes back to ancient days?it provides key facts about masonic history, tradition, and lore. In doing so, the book offers a far greater scope of information than any other comparable book. And Bernard E. Jones critically examines conflicting ideas about how some of the traditions came to be, coming to conclusions of his own. About the Author Bernard E. Jones, a Freemason of fifty years' standing, was a widely recognized authority on the history, beliefs, and symbols of freemasonry. He lived in Bolney, Sussex, England.