Symbolism of Odd-Fellowship
by Wm. Henry Ford
Long considered the "first cousin" of Freemasonry, the Odd Fellows carved their own path as a popular fraternal order in the middle to late 1800's and early 1900's. Ford's work is one of the few surviving books to give detailed explanations into the deep symbolism and practices of the Odd Fellows. This classic book offers a fascinating look into the teachings of this mysterious system. Photographic reproduction of the 1904 edition.