BROMWELL, Henry Pelham Holmes, 1823-1903


Extended Bibliography

Bromwell, Henry Pelham Holmes. An address, delivered by H. P. H. Bromwell, esq., before the masonic fraternity of Jackson lodge, no. 53, at the Christian church, in Shelbyville, Illinois, June 26th, 1855, in commemoration of St. John’s Day. [Shelbyville?]: Shelby Banner Print, [1855?]

———. The dead forest of the Colorado; a poem. Denver, Colo.: H. E. Bromwell, 1918.

———. Further light, and other poems written for masonic occasions. Denver, Colo.: Henrietta E. Bromwell, 1920.

———. On Buena Vista’s field, and other early poems. Denver, Colo.: Henrietta E. Bromwell, 1918.

———. Oration delivered at the laying of the corner-stone of the Masonic Temple. Washington, D.C.: McGill & Witherow, printers, 1868.

———. Poems to Emma. Denver, Colo.: N.p., 1919.

———. Restorations of masonic geometry and symbolry, being a dissertation on the lost knowledges of the lodge. Denver, Colo.: The H.P.H. Bromwell Masonic Publishing Company, 1905.

———. The song of the Wahbeek, a poem. Denver, Colo.: H. E. Bromwell, [1909].

———. The two processions. A poem. Denver, Colo.: H. E. Bromwell, 1918.