Freemasonry in Shanghai and Northern China
Gratton's Freemasonry in Shanghai and Northern China (1895-1900) is partly a condensed History, partly a local Handbook to Masonic Institutions, and partly a Guide to Masonry in general. It is a Masonic lore that covers the three Masonic Halls in Shanghai, the Masonic Charities of China, the different Masonic Jurisdictions, a Directory, Masonic Memorabilia, general Masonic Notes, and an index.
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