Washington on the subject of Negro Masonry, 1899, is especially valuable, and
it is merely a matter of opinion whether that particular transaction should be placed
among the works on Negro Masonry, or among occasional proceedings.
910 Geography and Travels Observations on
matters masonic. Guides.
920 Biography Eulogies. Funeral Orations or
Sermons. Memorial Notices.
930 Ancient and Modern History.
970 North America.
980 South America.
990 Oceanica. Polar Regions.
NOTE. Should it be desired to extend the divisions under history whereby a
particular division of any of the continents would be indicated, it may be done by
substituting Dewey's number of the greater political division of the .continent for
the zero. If the history applied to Masonry generally, there would be three
figures only. If to some particular division of Masonry, add as the fourth masonic
figure the masonic body figure to which the history referred. Example: A gen-
eral history of Masonry in the United States would be 366.1973. If history of
Blue Lodge Masonry in the United States, the number would be 366.19731. We
do not think it advisable to subdivide beyond this. The works can be shelved
by author numbers, using the state name as the author. For instance: a history of
Masonry in Illinois would be 366.1973, 116. We have given Gould's History of
Free Masonry the number 366.1930 because it is a general history of Free-
masonry, ancient and modern, and confined to no one continent.
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