Picture of Old San Francisco Masonic Lodge

From the Henry Wilson Coil Library & Museum of Freemasonry: The gorgeous Masonic temple at 25 Van Ness once housed 11 SF lodges. The building was designed by Bliss and Faville from 1911-1913 during the reconstruction following the great fire and earthquake of 1906. Sadly, it is no longer in Masonic use today.

From the Henry Wilson Coil Library & Museum of Freemasonry: The gorgeous Masonic temple at 25 Van Ness once housed 11 SF lodges. The building was designed by Bliss and Faville from 1911-1913 during the reconstruction following the great fire and earthquake of 1906. Sadly, it is no longer in Masonic use today.

This was taken from the FaceBook page for the Masons of California. When you look at something like this it really helps you realize how huge this fraternity has been and in many ways still is. Truly amazing!

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