Scottish Rite (Masonic Order) French Language Collection, 1787-1825, 1907, n.d.
KeywordScottish Rite (Masonic order).
Freemasons -- France -- Rules and practice.
Freemasons -- France -- History -- 18th century.
Freemasons. Grand orient de France.
Freemasonry -- France -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.
Freemasonry -- France -- Rituals.
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AbstractThis collection contains materials relating to freemasonry. All of the material is written in French. The collection consists of 19 books as well as conference papers, a letter, a leaflet and some other papers. The bulk of the material relates to the Scottish Rite Order and the Grand Orient de France.
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