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Albert Pike (1809-1891). Painting by Charles Loring Elliott (1812-1868) when Pike was 34 years old. The painting is currently hanging in the Grand Commander’s Office Suite of the Supreme Council, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, USA in Washington, DC. The Albert Pike Curator for the Supreme Council Library and Museum has no record of acquisition or provenance. A frontispiece note in Ray Baker Harris' Bibliography of the Writings of Albert Pike (1957) says that Pike bequeathed the painting to the Supreme Council. Reproduced from A Celebration of the Craft by John Hamill et al, this painting is reproduced here by permission.

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