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Carl H. Claudy
[Carl H. Claudy]
January 13, 1879 - May 27, 1957
A prolific masonic author, Carl Harry Claudy served as Executive Secretary of the Masonic Service Association from 1929 until his death. Uncredited, he was responsible for perhaps 350 articles published in the Short Talk Bulletins series.
Writing both masonic fiction and non-fiction, he also authored DC Comic's early super-hero title, All-American Comics and wrote science fiction and adventure stories for American Boy magazine, some of which were published as novels. He edited American Inventor (1900-04), Prism (1908-09), Cathedral Calendar (1921-27), and wrote books about aviation, baseball and photography.
Raised : 1908
Worhipful Master 1932
Harmony Lodge No. 17, Washington, D.C.
Grand Master : 1943
Honorary Past Grand Master : 1956
North Dakota

Source: Laurence R. Taylor, Portrait of a Master Mason.

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