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Hereditary Society blue book

Hereditary Society blue book
Robert R. Davenport, editor
Serial /Serial with Digital Images
English
Beverly Hills, California : Hereditary Society Blue Book, c1992
v. ; 24 cm.
10683569
1992-

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Annual.

"The Hereditary Society Blue Book is the annual Who's Who or Social Register of Hereditary, Lineage, and Patriotic societies. It also contains information on lineage societies, including the insignia, the membership requirements, and the national address of each organization. The Hereditary Society Blue Book is the definitive work on the prominent personages in the hereditary society community. It is sent not only to all those included in the work, but also to all major genealogical libraries for addition to their permanent collection"--Pref.

Contains an index of hereditary societies.

Also includes a listing of hereditary societies, a listing of who's who in hereditary societies, who's who listed by state, who's who listed by society, and a listing of certified genealogists.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (27 Sep 2005)

Also available on microfilm and digital images.

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