About Masonic Temple (Yuma, Arizona)

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The Masonic Temple in Yuma, Arizona was built in 1931 in the late Art Deco style of Moderne. It was designed by Los Angeles-based architects Edward Gray Taylor and Ellis Wing Taylor. In 1933, at the depth of the Great Depression, the Masonic lodge lost all its funds in a bank closure. On November 16, 1933, the building's ownership was turned over to the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company "in satisfaction of a $16,900 realty mortgage." It was later rented back to the Masonic chapter and on May 10, 1940, ownership was restored.

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200, West 2nd Street, Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona, United States of America, 85364

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