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The following books deal with the story or life of some famous masons who somehow have influenced Freemasonry.

10,000 Famous Freemasons by William R. Denslow, 1957

A Life of Albert Pike - Walter Lee Brown

Albert Pike: The Man Beyond the Monument by Jim Tresner and John Mandleberg, Scottish Rite Research Society, 1995
Story of the man, Freemason, and general who was a Masonic leader.

Benjamin Franklin: 1706-1790 by Frank B. Jones

Brother Truman by Allen Roberts
A carefully researched book into the character and moral fiber of Harry S. Truman, President and Freemason.

Chancellor Robert R Livingston of New York, 1746-1813 by George Dangerfield

Daniel D. Tompkins: Governor of New York and Vice President of the United States by Ray Watkins Irwin

DeWitt Clinton by Dorothis Bobbé

Ezra Ames of Albany by Theodore Bolton

Famous Masons and Masonic Presidents by Harry L. Haywood
Interesting reading on this fascinating subject.

Garibaldi in the Light of History by Leonardo Bochicchio

George Washington: Master Mason by Allen Roberts
Of the many books written about George Washington, this is one of the few which approaches the man from a human interest standpoint.

George Washington in New York by Allan Booudreau & Alex. Bleimann

Mozart and Masonry by Paul Nettl, Dorset Press, New York, 1957
The life and Masonic record of this great composer.

Paul Revere and the World He Lived In by Esther Forbes

Paul Revere and Freemasonry by Edith J. Steblecki, Paul Revere Memorial Assoc., 1985
Description of Freemasonry and life in that period.

Prince Hall by C.H. Welsey

Prince Hall: Social Reformer by Arthur Diamond, Nathan I. Huggins (Editor) / Library Binding
A summary of the life and career of the Afro-American social reformer.

Robert Burns - The Freemason by John Weir, Lewis Masonic, 1986
Study of Burn's Masonic career and the Scottish Fraternity in that period.

Stephen A. Douglas, Freemason by Wayne C. Temple

Sibelius and his Masonic Music by Hermine Williams

Thomas Smith Webb, Freemason, Musician, Entrepeneur by Herbert R. Leyland

T. R.; The Story of Theodore Roosevelt and His Influence on Our Times by Noel Fairchild Busch

William Preston and His Work, Colin Dyer, 1987

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