Masonic apron belonging to Capt. Charles Herbert Wolfe
masonic apronCLOTHING & ACCESSORIES - PERSONAL SYMBOL
USA, CT, Mystic
14.25 x 15.50 x 0
Masonic apron belonging to Mystic captain Charles Herbert Wolfe (1857-1927); white silk square bearing printed gold Masonic symbol of compass and square, with a 'G' fashioned of leaves, and printed green, gold, and gray vine of wheat and grapes underneath; printed below vines "Entered according to (illegible) Congress in the year 1855 by JNO. W. LEONARD in the (illegible) Clerks office of the district Court of the Southern District of New York"; edged with silver woven trim and pale blue silk pleats; semi-circular flap on top made of white silk, edged similarly; sewn to reverse upper corners are less than 1" of dark blue ribbons, probably fragments of apron strings.