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“Authored by Michael A. Halleran. Shrewd and humorous observations of Masonic life from the “”personal journal”” of Hiram H. Brother (1872-1970), a prominent Freemason from Kansas City. While he lifts the veil of obscurity from Freemasonry, Bro. Brother encounters such characters as Mark Twain, Kellar the Great, Buffalo Bill Cody, Teddy Roosevelt, and Sherlock Holmes. A fun and educational trip to the Fraternity’s golden age.
Illustrated by Ted Bastien.”