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Masonic Temple (Atlanta)

Masonic Temple, Atlanta 1909-1950

The Masonic Temple was located at the northwest corner of Peachtree Street and Cain Street (now Andrew Young International Blvd.) in Downtown Atlanta from 1909-1950. The architect was John Robert Dillon. In September 1950 a fire gutted the building.[1] It was replaced by a parking structure which still stands today.[2]


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