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Four Masons wearing Aprons
ca. 1960
Maker not marked
USA: Massachusetts
Photograph on paper
7-5/8"h x 9-1/2"
Gift of the Glazin/Grossman Family

Photo of 4 Masons wearing aprons. Black and white photograph features four men standing in tuxedos, wearing Masonic aprons with square corners and triangular flaps. Three men on PR side of photo have carnations in their breast pockets and their aprons feature bullion trim; second man from PR wears Past Master apron; man at far PL has a plain white apron with plain dark borders; two other men wear Master Mason's aprons (possibly) with three taus, one on flap and two at corners. Two men on PL side are wearing collars with jewels. Man at PL end, and second man from PR, are wearing pocket jewels; the one on the man at PL end is a Past Master jewel, while the other man's is difficult to distinguish. Men are standing inside a room. In background, tops of wooden Masonic chairs are visible; central one shows square and compasses emblem. Also visible in PR background is the top of a candle stand, which has shape of a Greek ionic column and a flame-shaped bulb at the top.