Works Regarding Early Scenic Art and Theatre

Blum, Daniel. A Pictorial History of American Theatre: 1860-1976. Rev. 4th ed.(New York: Crown Publishers, 1977), 27.
Brockman, C. Lance. "Thomas G. Moses: Profile of A Scenic Artist." Heredom, (Vol 1, 1992), 83-104.
Browne, Van Dyke. Secrets of Scene Painting and Stage Effects. N.Y.: Dutton, n.d.
Catalogue of Scenery, Stage Hardware and Supplies. Chicago, IL: Sosman and Landis Scenery Painting Studio, 1889.
Green, John H. The Development of Stage Rigging in the United States (1766-1893). Diss. U Denver, 1954.
Humphreys, Mary Gay. "Stage Scenery and the Men Who Paint It." The Theatre Magazine (1900), p.v.
Jackson, Allan S. "The Artistic Practices of the Armbruster Scenic Studio." OSC Theatre Collection Bulletin, No. 12 (1965), 20-27.
Joyce, Robert S. "The Armbruster Scenic Studio." OSC Theatre Collection Bulletin, No. 12 (1965). 6-9.
---. A History of the Armbruster Scenic Studio of Columbus, Ohio. Diss. OH State U., 1970.
Knoop, Douglas and Jones, G.P. The Genesis of Freemasonry. Manchester: UP,1947.
Martson, Richard, "Art in the Theatre: The Decline of Scenic Art in America." The Magazine of Art 17 (1894), 164.
Moody, Richard. America Takes the Stage: Romanticism in American Drama and Theatre, 1750-1900. Bloomington: IN U P, 1955.
Scott, M.V. "The Stage - Scenically," Billboard (Dec. 10, 1921), 83
Wilson, Garff. B. Three Hundred Years of American Drama and Theatre from Ye Bare and Ye Cubb to Hair. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1973.

Additional Works Regarding the Insertion of Theatrical Elements into Masonic Ritual

Brockman, C. Lance, ed. Theatre of the Fraternity: Staging the Ritual Space of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, 1896-1929. Jackson, Mississippi: UP, 1996.
---. "Theatre of the Fraternity: Documenting the Scenery Used in the Scottish Rite." The Scottish Rite Journal, 100 (Sept. 1992), 8-14, back cover.
Carnes, Mark. Secret Ritual and Manhood in Victorian America. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1989.
Clawson, Mary Ann. Constructing Brotherhood: Class, Gender and Fraternalism. Princeton, NJ:UP, 1989.
Coil, Henry Wilson. Coil's Masonic Encyclopedia. NY: Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Company, 1961.
Crowe, Fred. J. W. History of Freemasonry. Gale and Polden LTD. Great Brittain:Wellington Press,1903.
Demott, Bobby J. Freemasonry in American Culture and Society. Lanham, MD:University Press of America, n.d. [1986]
Dumenil, Lynn. Freemasonry and the American Culture, 1880-1930. Princeton, NJ:UP, 1984.
Duncan, Malcolm C. Duncan's Masonic Ritual Monitor, or Guide to the Three Symbolic Degrees of the Ancient York Rite and to the Degrees of Mark Master, Past Master, Most Excellent Master and Royal Arch. 3rd ed. NY: David McKay Co.,Inc.,n.d. [1976]
Hyneman, Leon. World's Masonic Register: Containing the Name, Number, Location, and Time of Meeting of Every Masonic Lodge in the World, so far as Known. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, 1860.NY: George H. Doran Company, n.d.
Lester, Ralph P. Look to the East. Chicago: Charles T. Powner Company, 1982.
Lippincott, C.S. and E.R. Johnston. Masonry Defined: A Liberal Masonic Education. Rev. & enl. Ed. Memphis, TN: Masonic Supply Co., n.d.
Mackey, Albert G. Jurisprudence of Freemasonry. Chicago: Ezra A. Cook, Publisher,1947.
---. Symbolism of Freemasonry. Revised by Robert Ingham Clegg. Chicago: The Masonic History Company, 1945.
---. An Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Its Kindred Sciences. New and rev. ed. 1884 Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1905.
McClenachan, Charles. T. The Book of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry: Containing Instructions in All of the Degrees from the Third to the Thirty-Third, and the Last Degree of the Rite. Rev. and Enl. Ed. NY:Author's Edition, 1885.
Morris, S. Brent. "Boom to Bust in the Twentieth Century: Freemasonry and American Fraternities," the 1988 Anson Jones Lecture, presernted to the Texas Lodge of Research, March 19, 1989.
Naylor, Bryan Anthony. Scenic Backdrops of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Valley of San Antonio, Orient of Texas. Master's thesis, Southwest TX U, 1988.
Pick. Fred L. The Freemason's Pocket Reference Book. Philosophical Library. New York. 1956.
Roberts, Allen E. The Craft and Its Symbols: Opening the Door to Masonic Symbolism. Richmond: Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Company, 1974.
Singleton, William R. History of Freemasonry. New York: Masonic History Company, 1898.
Stillson, Henry Leonard. History of the Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons. The Fraternity Publishing Company, 1987.
Voorhis, Harold Van Buren. Masonic Organizations and Allied Orders and Degrees. 1952.
Waite, Arthur Edward. A New Encyclopedia of Freemasonry. London: William Rider and Sons Publishers, 1921.
Wither, Roy A. A Collection of Emblems Ancient and Modern. L.A., CA: Veritat Foundation, 1987.