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While references, either explicit or implied, to Freemasonry are common enough, references can also be found to other fraternities both fictional and real. Please forward additional references, with details, to our editor. Entries followed by an asterisk have been confirmed by the editor. Please forward additional references, with details, to our editor. Entries followed by an asterisk have been confirmed by the editor.
Riding the Goat (1929)
This one-act play by May Miller [Sullivan] (January 26, 1899 - February 8, 1995), presents the grand master of the United Order of Moabites, Dr. William Carter, who considers it all foolishness and has decided not to participate in their parade. Reference is made to riding the goat, wearing a white apron, and descriptions of their uniforms.

"Riding the goat," Wines in the Wilderness, Plays by African American Women from the Harlem Renaissance to the Present, Edited and Compiled by Elizabeth Brown-Guillory. Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies, Number 135. New York : Greeenwood Press, 1990. ISBN : 0-313-26509-7 hc. 251 p..

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