Archie P. McDonald on Freemasonry | East Texas Research Center
Primary Creator: McDonald, Archie P.
This collection represents some of the materials used in the research for BY EARLY CANDLELIGHT and includes notes, articles and pamphlets on freemasonry in Texas, the United States, and abroad and Dr. McDonald's original typescript for his book.
Archie P. McDonald was born in Beaumont, Texas. He received his B. A. from Lamar University in 1958, his M. A. from Rice University in 1960, and his Ph. D. from Louisiana State University in 1964. A history professor, he taught at Murray State College in Murray, Kentucky before joining the SFASU faculty in 1964. He has published many book reviews and historical articles, and has edited and authored several books on Texas history including FIGHTING MEN . . . THE WESTERN MILITARY HERITAGE; HURRAH FOR TEXAS! THE DIARY OF ADOLPHUS STERNE, 1838-1851; THE MEXICAN WAR: CRISIS FOR AMERICAN DEMOCRACY; TRAVIS; and BY EARLY CANDLELIGHT: THE STORY OF OLD MILAM.
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- Box 3
- Folder 1: Miscellaneous Notes on Freemasonry, 1918-1919
- Folder 2: Gleanings from MORALS AND DOGMA by Albert Pike, n.d
- Folder 3: "Texas Looks to its Heritage," by Ruth Morgan, (re: historic houses), (Printed.), 1955
- Folder 4: Manuscript for BY EARLY CANDLELIGHT. Chapters 1 and 2, 1966
- Folder 5: Manuscript for BY EARLY CANDLELIGHT. Chapters 3 and 4, 1966
- Folder 6: Manuscript for BY EARLY CANDLELIGHT. Chapters 5 and 6, 1966
- Folder 7: Manuscript for BY EARLY CANDLELIGHT. Chapters 7 and 8, 1966
- Folder 8: Manuscript for BY EARLY CANDLELIGHT, Appendices and Notes, Fragments., 1966
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