|Strangers to Us All||Lawyers and Poetry|
Abraham Felt was born in Jersey City, New Jersey and graduated from New York Law School. He became a member of the New York Bar in 1912. Felt was an active Mason, serving for many years as representative of the Grand Lodge of New York to the Grand Lodge of Vienna, composed Masonic hymns and lectured on Masonic history.
[Source: Obituary, "Abraham Felt, 76, Attorney, Is Dead," New York Times, Aug. 9, 1957, p. 14]
Abraham Felt, To Mother, and Other Poetic Gems ([New York]: 1950)
__________, Poetic Gems ([New York]: 1954)