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Arlington Heights Masonic Lodge
Fort Worth, Texas


Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1987

4600 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, Texas
Tarrant County

Fort Worth, Texas - Arlington Heights Masonic Lodge
Arlington Heights Lodge
Photo courtesy Pam Powell, April, 2005

Historical Marker:

Arlington Heights Lodge No. 1184.
A.F. & A.M

Chartered on December 9, 1921, Arlington Heights Lodge No. 1184 is located on land donated by Lodge members W.C. Stonestreet and F.H. Sparrow. This building, designed by Lodge member John C. Davies (1885-1963), was dedicated January 3, 1923. The Classical Revival structure with strong Greek temple influence features pedimented gables, brick pilasters with stone capitals, round-arch upper windows and entry, stone motif details, and art glass transoms.
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1987.

Fort Worth, Texas - Arlington Heights Masonic Lodge
Arlington Heights Lodge
Photo courtesy Pam Powell, April, 2005


Fort Worth TX - Arlington Heights Masonic Lodge historical marker
Photo courtesy Pam Powell, April, 2005


Fort Worth TX - Arlington Heights Masonic Lodge historical marker
Arlington Heights Lodge Historical Marker
Photo courtesy Pam Powell, April, 2005

Photos Pam Powell Photographer
http://home.comcast.net/~photopam

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