Bespangled, painted & embroidered: decorated Masonic aprons in America, 1790-1850
Scottish Rite Masonic Museum of Our National Heritage, 1980 - Antiques & Collectibles - 124 pages
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INTRODUCTION Clement M Silvestro
European Sources England and France
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19th century A.M. of Massachusetts Abner Reed advertised Albert Mackey American Masonic aprons Amos Doolittle APRON Artist unknown APRON Maker unknown aprons in America became blue Boston chenille columns Connecticut Historical Society Cross's decorated aprons decorated Masonic aprons Eddy Edward Horsman embroidered aprons embroidery English aprons engraved aprons Engraving on leather Engraving on silk Ezra Ames flap fraternity Freemasonry Freemasons fringe Georgia Grand Lodge A.F. Hampshire Hand-colored engraving Hiram Lodge Jeremy Cross John John's Lodge large number leather apron Lodge F Lodge of England Lodge of Massachusetts Lodge of Pennsylvania MASONIC APRON Artist MASONIC APRON Maker Masonic symbols Master Mason Museum National Heritage needlework ornamental painted aprons Pennsylvania period Philadelphia plate Porter portrait Portsmouth printed published Rhode Island ribbon Royal Arch apron Rufus Porter satin satin-woven silk Scottish Rite sequins silk Solomon's Temple square and compasses stenciled stenciled aprons transfer-printed Valdenuit velvet Watercolor on silk William Worshipful Grand Lodge York