Summary: Masonic apron worn by President Warren G. Harding is made of white leather and blue silk. In the middle at the bottom of the rectangular apron there is an embroidered Masonic symbol with a letter G in the center. At the top there is a triangular flap with an embroidered All-Seeing Eye. Around the edges there is an embroidered loop design. A blue silk cord is attached at the top corners. The cord is tied in a bow and there are tassels on the ends. The back of the apron is blue silk. There is a black maker's tag that reads De Moulin Bros. / GREENEVILLE. This apron dates from around 1921. -- Color: White, blue, brown, black -- Item Count: 1 item -- Dimensions: 36 cm high x 41 cm wide
leather, silk (textile), aprons (protective wear), Freemasons
Ohio History Connection
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