Arlington Heights Masonic Lodge No. 1184 – Camp Bowie

This masonic temple, constructed by Arlington Heights Lodge No. 1184, is set on angle on its triangular corner lot. The lodge received its charter on December 9, 1921, and the cornerstone was laid May 23, 1922 in the fast-developing Arlington Heights district. Architect Jack C. Davies and contractor Walter L. Cox were responsible for the east-facing temple form of light brown brick. A gable roof over a deep eave forms a pediment supported by paired brick pilasters with cast-stone capitals. But for a small tool shed on the south elevation, this fine structure is in excellent, original condition. The lodge appears to qualify for National Register listing.

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