New York: Ullman Manufacturing and Bergan Publishing, 1908. Three different Masonic promotional broadside posters:
“I Love to Love a MASON / ‘Cause a Mason never tells” – 6¾” x 10”. The illustration features a nicely dressed, attractive young woman with her arms around the neck of a mason in work clothes with a trowel and mortar-splattered shirt. A small masonic symbol (Square and Compass with a G) is centered in the text. “1908 by Bergan Publishing Co. 32 Union Sq. N.Y.”
“Let’s End all the Discontent / Elect a MASON President!” – 6¾” x 10” The illustration features Uncle Sam, the White House, and a large Square and Compass in the background. Probably Bergan Publishing, 1908. No publisher is identified, but the size, style, and typeface is almost identical to the Bergan poster above. During the presidential election only one of the candidates was a Mason. William Jennings Bryan was; William Howard Taft was not. However, after Taft was elected, but before he was inaugurated, Taft was made a Mason at Sight in Ohio Lodge where his father and brothers were Members.
“I dearly love a MASON, because / a Mason’s 'ON THE SQUARE'!” – Approximately 8’ x 10”. The illustration features a man and woman cuddling while seated upon a giant Square and Compass. “Copyright 1908 Ullman Mfg. Co. N.Y.”. Very good. Item #009660
Each of these posters has occasionally appeared individually in eBay auctions.