THE SECRET TRADITION IN FREEMASONRY, and An Analysis of the Inter-Relation Between the Craft and the High Grades in Respect of their Term of Research, Expressed by the Way of Symbolism.by A.E. Waite
Publication: 1937 Dutton & Company
Bound in the exceptionally rare white publishers cloth, this white cloth bound edition is not listed in R.A. Gilberts bibliography; which hints further at its scarcity. "In his preface Waite states that this volume is not a revised edition of his 1911 work of the same title: 'It is so altered, extended and transformed that it may claim to be a new undertaking and to supersede in fact that which it preserves in name' It incorporates much of [ Waite's ] "Emblematic Freemasonry" and is concerned with the history and significance of Higher and Side Degrees, Masonic Chivalry, Templar Grades, and the ramifications of Masonry within various Occult traditions"
Condition: White publishers cloth, some darkening to spine as is usual for white cloth editions, all pages remain remarkably clean, binding tight, overall Very Good +