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"Charity" Spiral Notebook on Sale for $1.75

"Charity" Spiral Notebook on Sale for $1.75

In 1820 Philadelphia artist William Rush was commissioned by the Grand Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania to create three sculptures for the re-dedication of the Masonic Hall at 715-719 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia. Although this Hall is no longer standing, Charity, along with Faith and Hope now grace the halls of the Masonic Temple in Philadelphia. Carved from wood, each sculpture resembles marble in its intricate details, from the cherubic faces of the children to the many drapes and folds of the fabric. Great mini-notebooks fit easily into purse or backpack, are postcard size measuring 4 X 6 inches, and contain approximately 80 unlined sheets.


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