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Harold Van Buren Voorhis (January 3, 1894 – May 23, 1983) was a chemist, noted Masonic author, and executive at Macoy Publishers and Masonic Supply Company. (1940) reprinted 2003. History of Knight Templary in New Jersey (1944)
Harold Van Buren Voorhis (January 3, 1894 – May 23, 1983) was a chemist, noted Masonic author, and executive at Macoy Publishers and Masonic Supply Company. Harold Van Buren Voorhis 1977. History of Knight Templary in New Jersey (1944). Facts for Freemasons (1951). 100 Year Celebration of Mystic Brotherhood Lodge No. 21, Free and Accepted Masons (1952). Masonic Rosicrucian societies in England, Scotland, Ireland, Greece, Canada & the United States of America (1958).
by Harold V. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.
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Harold Van Buren Voorhis. Flag as Inappropriate. (1940) reprinted 2003
Harold Van Buren Voorhis. The Edward R. Cusick Collection of Historic African-American Masonic Materials at the Livingston Masonic Library contains correspondence between Cusick and Voorhis in addition to a collection of Voorhis books. "Organizations of the Free Negro in New York City, 1800-1860" The Journal of Negro History, Vol. 56, No. 3 (Ju. 1971), pp. 181-197.
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Prince Hall Books provide a better understanding of Prince Hall Masonry's similarities and differences, which have abounded for centuries. Negro Masonry in the United States by Harold V. A detailed outline of important issues having to do with the history of the craft among Negro brethren. Freemasonry in American History by Allen E. Roberts. A History of Freemasonry Among Negroes in America by Harry E. Davis. Beginnings of Freemasonry in America by Melvin Maynard Johnson. Freemasonry among Negroes and whites in America; A study in Masonic legitimacy and regularity by Harvey Newton Brown. Light On A Dark subject: by William H. Upton.
1965 VOORHIS 3 Contents 5 Books by Harold V. Voorhis 6 ForewordThe Setting 7 Part I. .
Voorhis, Harold V. This series contains a published book, published newspaper column, pamphlets and other documents that address the history of the Prince Hall Masons. New York City: H. Emmerson, 1940. Materials of interest in this series include a leaflet (7 copies) of the beginnings of freemasonry in Illinois.
Negro masonry, being a critical examination of objections to the Legitimacy of the masonry among the Negroes in America (reprint) Whitefish, MT.Voorhis, H. V. (1945, 2003). Bensenville, IL: Lushena Books, In. oogle Scholar.
Negro masonry, being a critical examination of objections to the Legitimacy of the masonry among the Negroes in America (reprint) Whitefish, MT: Kessinger Publishers 2006. Walkes, J. Jr. (1981). Walker, C. D. (2008). A noble fight: African American freemasonry and the struggle democracy in America.