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CONTEMPORARY TRACING BOARDS
HISTORY OF THE TRACING BOARDS
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Tracing boards
John Harris (1791-1873)
Nineteenth century English watercolourist and miniaturist, John Harris (1791-1873) was initiated in London in 1818 and commissioned by the Duke of Sussex, Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England to harmonize the many tracing boards of the post Union period.
[harris EA]
[harris FC]
[harris MM]
John Harris, Craft and Royal Arch Tracing Boards. London: 8 April 1844.(9 1/16 x 5 1/2 inches; 230 x 141 mm.) He also engraved two Royal Arch boards: [IMAGE 1] [IMAGE 2].
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[Scottish EA]
[Scottish FC]
[Scottish MM]
The Scottish Workings of Craft Masonry. London : A Lewis, 1898.
[textbook EA]
[textbook FC]
[textbook MM]
The Textbook of Freemasonry: A complete Handbook of Instruction to all the Workings in the Various Mysteries and Ceremonies of Craft Masonry.... compiled by a member of the craft. Third edition Revised with Additions. London : William Reeves, 1881 [1870].
Josiah Bowring (1757-1832)
[Bowring EA]
[Bowring FC]
[Bowring MM]
Josiah Bowring, 1819, Hand-painted boards on wood.

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