Hemphill Heights Masonic Lodge No.1164 – Berry

Hemphill Heights Lodge No. 1164 was chartered on December 9, 1921, and met originally in a rented building at Shaw and South Adams. Steady growth resulted in the purchase of a new site. The present building was completed in less than two months in the spring of 1939, at a cost of $17,000. It is a functionally straightforward building constructed of red brick with steel-sash casement windows. P. M. Geren was the consulting architect. The Masonic Lodge no longer owns or uses the building and the first floor is used as a Mexican bakery.

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