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DescriptionJ.C. Kidd. History of the Grand Commandery Knights Templar of Texas. Houston: Dealy & Baker, 1899. Three parts bound in one volume, separated by a wrapper, 8vo, "The History of a 'History'", 102 pages; "Memoranda of Subordinate Commanderies of Texas", 93 pages; "Biographical Memoranda", 36 pages, 37 plates, illustrations, tables, two foldout tables. Frontispiece portrait of Samuel Williams. Cloth bound boards with gilt lettering on spine.
Condition: Toning throughout, wear and soiling on cover, binding beginning to separate at spine. Paper square with date adhered on spine, gilt lettering has heavy wear. Corners bumped, textblock slightly cockled.
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