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Aprons or similar coverings have been used for thousands of years. Much earlier in history they were used as a mark of distinction within the society. Aprons came in all lengths, sizes and shapes. Frequently of leather for protection and varied from trade to trade to meet the specific needs They tend to be somewhat less used these days but are still in vogue where there may be mess or danger such as cooks, butchers or welders A masonic apron is a badge or emblem. White of lamb skin and worn by all masons in lodge. Varying in size and ornamentation, they are an emblem of innocence and remind us of how we are to live
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