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Masonic Document Box-Black Leather w/Symbol

Masonic Document Box-Black Leather w/Symbol


This leather covered document box, with its Masonic symbol on the side and Eugene's name stamped on one side, was owned by Eugene Hamilton Noyes (1856-1915) of Turnbridge, Orange County, Vermont. I would imagine that this box held Eugene's Masonic documents and accoutrement since it is stamped with the Masonic symbol.

A picture of a young Eugene with his sisters and mother with his father, George Washington Noyes (1827-1913), in uniform will be included with the box.

There is some damage on the bottom of the front of the box that does not affect the integrity of the box.

It is 12" long x 7.5" wide x 6" tall.

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