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Colored Masonic Temple, Birmingham, AL – Architects Robert Robinson Taylor and Louis H. Persley designed this edifice which was completed in 1922. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.



Masonic Temple (located at the corner of 6th Ave. and 19th St.) Birmingham, AL – “This is one of the largest and most beautiful buildings of its kind in the South, constructed of white granite, classic architecture, houses a theatre with a seating capacity of 3,500. The theatre contains one the finest pipe organs in the city.”

Alabama Masonic Home, Montgomery, AL – "The outstanding feature of Masonic benevolence in this State (Alabama) was the Masonic Home near Montgomery for indigent Master Masons and the widows and orphans of deceased Master Masons, which was opened in January, 1913, and maintained by the Grand Lodge. The institution, both with respect to its equipment and its management, reflected great credit upon the spirit of liberality of Alabama Masons."

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