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Fraternities and societies in cartoons
While references, either explicit or implied, to Freemasonry are common enough, references can also be found to other fraternities both fictional and real. Please forward additional references, with details, to our editor. Entries followed by an asterisk have been confirmed by the editor.
Big moments in the faint rosy past No freemasons appeared in the linoleum cuts of John Held Jr., carved between 1925 and 1931. This one reference to the Elks may simply be a question of space.
The Wages of Sin and other Victorian joys and sorrows, as seen and engraved by that old sentimentalist, John Held Jr. [1889/01/10 - 1958/03/02]. New York : Dover Publications, Inc., 1972. p. 55 [unabridged republication of The Works of John Held Jr., New York : Ives Washburn, c. 1931.] Copyright 1964 by John Held Jr. Prints. ISBN : 0-486-22861-4
Pogo No freemasons appeared in Walt [Crawford] Kelly (1913/08/25-1973/10/18) daily comic strip, Pogo but the Elks got at least one mention.
Pogo Even Better. Edited by Mrs. Walt Kelly and Bill Crouch Jr. New York : A Fireside Book published by Simon & Schuster, Inc., 1984 ISBN : 0-671-50473-8 hc. 224 p., p. 43 [December 6, 1949.]

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