Robert Vaughn

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Robert Vaughn was a St. Louis Theosophist and a painter of murals.

Mr. Vaughn joined the St. Louis Lodge on March 22, 1929, and was an active member for over ten years;[1] he portrayed "Old Man Reincarnation" in a lodge skit,[2] for example.

According to Charles E. Luntz, Sr., Mr. Vaughn designed the cover of a booklet celebrating the Golden Jubilee of the St. Louis Lodge: "[Vaughn was] a leading St. Louis Artist and one of our members. The quality of the work is indicated by the fact that Mr. Vaughn was the artist commissioned to paint the magnificent murals in the old courthouse, one of the ancient landmarks of this city."[3]

Notes

  1. Membership Ledger Cards. Microfilm roll 8. Theosophical Society in America Archives
  2. "What Lodges are Doing" The American Theosophist 21.12 (December, 1933), 285.
  3. "Charles E. Luntz, "Theosophy in St. Louis Has a Golden Jubilee," The Theosophical Messenger 20.10 (October 1932), 226.