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One Page E.S.T. Announcement
Stamped "March 29th 1896"
STRICTLY PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL.
FOR E.S.T. MEMBERS ONLY
144 Madison Ave., New York City
All communications relative to this School must be
marked "PRIVATE" and contain no other business.
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE E.S.T.
BROTHERS AND SISTERS: - We have been earnestly considering the future of the E.S.T. and its government, during the examination of our elder brother W.Q. Judge's private papers. These papers already show that the future of the School was not left to chance, nor to our mere judgment. They contain astonishing revelations concerning our late Outer Head and definitely prove that he was far greater than superficially appeared. We think it right to inform you at once of this fact, and that his position in the Lodge was higher and his connection with Masters far more intimate and constant than was generally supposed by most members of the School. His papers further show that he did not stand alone in the work, but that, unseen and unknown to all but the very few, he had assistance right at hand, and that he left this assistance behind him, not withdrawn by his death. In regard to this matter we must ask you for the present to remember that even as he trusted us, so you must trust us. But we shall issue a further communication as soon as possible, proving from his own papers the correctness of all that is written above.
Fraternally and faithfully yours,
JAS. M. PRYSE.
JOSEPH H. FUSSELL.
CLAUDE FALLS WRIGHT.
GENEVIEVE LUDLOW GRISCOM.
C.A. GRISCOM, JR.
E. AUG. NERESHEIMER.
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