The Bizarre Branding of America’s Early Secret Societies

During their golden age, America’s secret societies produced some of history’s most remarkable branding materials—from symbols to signage, lithographs, costumes and more. In their new book “As Above, So Below: Art of the American Fraternal Society, 1850-1930” art collectors Bruce Lee Webb and Lynne Adele uncover these elaborate creations and dig in to the impact they had on early American society. Take a look inside the book at Fast Company.