Mormonism and Masonry: A Utah Point of View
Place Published: Salt Lake City
Publisher: Published by the Grand Lodge F. & A. M. of Utah
Date Published: 1925
Edition: Early edition
Book Id: 30616
59pp. Thin octavo [23.5 cm] Tan and black printed wrappers. Good only. There are numerous losses from the edges of the age-toned wraps. The widest losses measure 1 inch long, and the deepest loss is 2 inches deep. There are multiple tiny open tears in the front wrap. The front wrap has two abraded patches, and a contemporary owner's name in pen. The rear wrap has been glued to the binding. There are numerous pieces of tape covering the closed tears in the edges. The longest closed tear measures 3 inches long. The edges are also slightly creased. The top corners of the pages are occasionally creased and darkened.
One of many different editions attempting to articulate the parallels between Mormonism and Masonry. The work claims many of the Mormon rituals were in fact Masonic rituals. Flake 3636.