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WELCOME THE 

78th ANNIVERSARY CONVENTION
ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ARABIC ORDER
NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE

AUGUST, 1972

CHARLES A. DARGAN
Imperial Potentate
2309 Seventh Avenue
New York, New York  10030

WILLIAM HOWE 
Deputy Imperial Potentate
6117 Callowhill Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19131

JOHN W. EDGHILL
Imperial Chief Rabban
162-25 — 76th Avenue
Flushing, New York  11366

MARSHALL S. JOHNSON
Imperial Assistant Rabban
1104 Larimer Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15206

L. L. MELTON
Imperial High Priest & Prophet
330 Posey
Beaumont, Texas  77705

EUGENE DICKERSON
Imperial Oriental Guide
235 Florida Avenue
Washington, D.C.  20001

M. C. MARTIN
Imperial Treasurer
P.O. Box 640
Danville, Virginia  24540

BOOKER T. ALEXANDER
Imperial Recorder
1308 Broadway—Suite 303
Detroit, Michigan  48226

HARRY E. SMITH
Imperial First Ceremonial Master
1073 Prospect Avenue
Toledo, Ohio  43606

ROSWELL TAYLOR
Imperial Second Ceremonial Master
433 North Fayette Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314

CARL WILSON
Imperial Captain of the Guard 
1340 Tennyson
Dayton, Ohio  45406

CLARENCE E. WEBB
Imperial Outer Guard
3462 N. Kenwood
Indianapolis, Indiana  46208

LEROY NICHOLS
Imperial Auditor—3 years
2408 E. Carpenter Road
Flint, Michigan  48505

ALVIN RENO
Imperial Auditor— 2 Years
941 West 28th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana  46208


MELVIN ANDERSON
Imperial Auditor—1 Year
436 Campbell Street
Akron, Ohio  44307

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CHARLES A. DARGAN
Imperial Potentate
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[[caption]] William H. Howe [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] John Edgehill [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] Eugene Dickerson, Jr. [[/caption]]
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