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1868 Illustrated engravings. The Masonic Token, William T Anderson, Anderson and Company 1868. Customs services and international tracking provided. Rare Masonic Mason Freemasonry Book Medal Jewel Token Museum Catalogue Catalog 3.
The Masonic Token: A Gift Book by William T. Anderson (English) Hardcover Book . 1868 Illustrated engravings.
0 B&W Illustrations; 289 [1[ pages; Sound and clean copy in dk blue cloth with bright gilding. Items related to THE MASONIC TOKEN. Minor rubbing at head and foot of spine. Contents bright, firm and clean. A number of b/w engravings throughout. Home Anderson, William T. Ed THE MASONIC TOKEN. Anderson, William T. Ed. Published by Masonic Publishing Company, 1868. Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket Hardcover. From poor man's books (mrbooks) IOBA (Vineland, NJ, .
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In addition to books, I’ve written around 100 magazine articles, for publications like TRAVEL & LEISURE, THE . I’ve traveled a good deal, talking about my writing–all over America and Japan
In addition to books, I’ve written around 100 magazine articles, for publications like TRAVEL & LEISURE, THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, and others. Doing travel articles was great–I was sent to some super places to gather information! I also did articles for kids’ magazines like HIGHLIGHTS, JACK AND JILL, and KID’S CLUB. I’ve traveled a good deal, talking about my writing–all over America and Japan.