Society of Modern Rosicrucians
Founded more than a score of years ago, according to the account published by the High Council of the Societatis Rosicrucianae, United States of America, by Robert Wentworth Little, of England, uipon "the remains of an old German association which had come under his observation during some of his researches." The Anglicized organization was created as a literary society, to collect "archaeological and historical subjects pertaining to Freemasonry" and secret societies in general; to stimulate search fo historical truth, particularly with reference to Freemasonry; and to revive interest in the work of certain scientists and scholars.
Source: The Cyclopaedia of Fraternities, Albert C. Stevens, 1907.
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