An outstanding classic in Masonic literature offering the early history of Freemasonry and an exposition of the faith of Masonry.
"Great Look Into Freemasory"
This collection of essays by five notable Masonic scholars, discuses the single most important symbol that Freemasonry has. It covers the antiquity as well as the esoteric symbolism of our most valued vestiture and what is often overlooked by those outside of the fraternity: a simple, square, white, lambskin apron.
Written by Joseph Fort Newton, this book contains short talks and essays written for the Masonic Service Association of North America in its effort to induce Masons to know more about Masonry and to do more with it. They do not deal with the entire Masonic system, but only with a selection of its symbols - old, familiar, and lovely - at the same time urging the value of Masonry as an asset in the making of better men and the building of a nobler national life.
"You will want to listen to this over and over"