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Official Proceedings of the Third Annual Session, Grand Council of Virginia, Order Fraternal Americans by  State Secretary  James R. - Paperback - Probable First Edition - 1912 - from Scraps of American History (SKU: 01633)

Official Proceedings of the Third Annual Session, Grand Council of Virginia, Order Fraternal Americans

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Official Proceedings of the Third Annual Session, Grand Council of Virginia, Order Fraternal Americans: Assembly Hall, Murphy's Hotel, Richmond, Va., May 14, 1912

by Mansfield, James R., State Secretary

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Manassas, Virginia: Manassas Journal Print, 1912. Probable First Edition. Vintage paperback. Fair/No jacket. 106 pages, with three fold-out pages, including one handsome engraving, illustrated with black and white photo plates. Reports and statements presented at the annual meeting of the Grand Council of Virginia, Order Fraternal Americans, along with lists of members and past presidents. White wraps illustrated with coat of arms and black titles on front cover. Cover worn, tanned and stained, short tear at base of spine, chips and scuffs along edges, heavy wear at spine ends and corners, interior pages lightly tanned, binding tight.

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Bookseller
Scraps of American History US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
01633
Title
Official Proceedings of the Third Annual Session, Grand Council of Virginia, Order Fraternal Americans
Author
Mansfield, James R., State Secretary
Format/binding
Vintage paperback
Book condition
Used - Fair
Jacket condition
No jacket
Quantity available
1
Edition
Probable First Edition
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Manassas Journal Print
Place of Publication
Manassas, Virginia
Date published
1912
Keywords
brotherhoods, clubs, masonry,
Bookseller catalogs
Religion;

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