The Shriner's Book Following The Fez
Cochrane, Harry Hayman A.M. Noble of Kora Temple

Maine: Privately Printed, 1934. F iv + 107 pages; inscribed and signed by the author-artist "To Imperial Potentate, Alfred G. Arvold, 33 [degree] with the highest regard of the author Harry H. Cochrane, with gratitude for the honor of making the presentation." Harry Hayman Cochrane (1860 - 1946) Maine muralist, musician, architect and Shrine member, inscribing to fellow Masonic Shrine member Alfred G. Arvold (1882-1957) a member of the Players Club of NYC & the founder of the nationally famous "Little Country Theatre" in 1914 in North Dakota. This self-published volume is a book of stories, biblical and folk, of various legends and tales that inspired Cochrane in his artistic mural decorations for the Kora Temple in Lewiston, Maine. "Illustrated by the author with reproductions of his mural paintings in the Kora Banquet Hall and with drawings of Oriental Fanes." Approx. 9 1/4" x 12 1/4" size, color and gilt decorated black and green textured cloth over boards. Cover with some edge, tips wear, spotting; contents clean and in very good condition. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 26124)


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