Catalog Record: The cyclopædia of fraternities | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The cyclopædia of fraternities / compiled and edited by Albert C. Stevens, assisted by more than one thousand members of living secret societies.

Main Author: Stevens, Albert C. b. 1854.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : E.B. Treat and Co., 1907.
Edition: 2nd ed., rev. to date.
Subjects: Secret societies > United States > History > Encyclopedias.
Secret societies > History > Encyclopedias.
Secret societies > United States > Encyclopedias.
Secret societies > Encyclopedias.
Note: Includes indexes.
"A compilation of existing authentic information and the results of original investigation as to the origin, derivation, founders, development, aims, emblems, character, and personnel of more than six hundred secret societies in the United States. Supplemented by family trees of groups of societies, comparative statistics of membership, charts, plates, maps, and the names of many representative members."
Physical Description: xxiii, 444 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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