Enid Symphony Center
The Enid Symphony Center (also known as Enid Masonic Temple and the Knox Building), is a historic building located in Enid, Oklahoma. It is the home of the Enid Symphony Orchestra, and was listed on t...
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First National Bank and Masonic Lodge
The First National Bank and Masonic Lodge is a historic building located in Fairfax, Oklahoma. The bank portion of the building was built in 1906. The lodge meeting hall portion was added by Greyhor...
ZCBJ Lodge No. 46
The ZCBJ Lodge No. 46, also known as Bohemian Hall, is an historic building located in Prague, Oklahoma that was built in 1917. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 8, 19...
Elks Victory Lodge-Ruby's Grill Building
The Elks Victory Lodge-Ruby's Grill Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma was built in 1929. It has served historically as a specialty store, as a restaurant, and as a meeting hall. It was listed on t...
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Scottish Rite Temple (Guthrie, Oklahoma)
The Scottish Rite Temple in Guthrie, Oklahoma is a Masonic temple that serves as the home of the Scottish Rite in the Guthrie Valley, Oklahoma Orient, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry...
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Aline IOOF Lodge No. 263
The Aline IOOF Lodge No. 263 is an Odd Fellows building in Aline, Oklahoma that was built in 1930. It has served historically as a clubhouse, as a restaurant, and as a specialty store. It was listed...
Carmen IOOF Lodge No. 84
The Carmen IOOF Lodge No. 84 is an Odd Fellows building in Carmen, Oklahoma that was built in 1902. It has served historically as a professional building, as a clubhouse, and as a specialty store. It ...
Czech Hall
Yukon, Oklahoma's original Czech Hall was built in 1899 by early Czech settlers who were members of Sokol Karel Havliček Lodge and Western Fraternal Life Association Lodge Jan Žižka No. 67. That build...
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Cherokee IOOF Lodge No. 219
The Cherokee IOOF Lodge No. 219 is an Odd Fellows building in Cherokee, Oklahoma that was built in 1931. It has served historically as a clubhouse, as a restaurant, as a mortuary, and as a business. ...
I.O.O.F. Hall (Alva, Oklahoma)
The I.O.O.F. Hall in Alva, Oklahoma was built in 1905 in Plains Commercial architecture style. It served historically as a department store and as a clubhouse for the Independent Order of Odd Fellows....
Journal Record Building
The Journal Record Building, also known as the Law Journal Record Building and the India Temple Shrine Building, is a Classical Revival style building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It was completed in ...
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Cushing American Legion Building
The Cushing American Legion Building is an American Legion hall located at 212 S. Noble in Cushing, Oklahoma. The building was built in 1924 to serve as a meeting place for American Legion Post 108, w...
I.O.O.F. Building of Buffalo
The I.O.O.F. Building of Buffalo, in Buffalo, Oklahoma, was built in 1917 in what is now known as Plains Commercial Style architecture. Also known as Harper County Journal Office, the building was li...
McAlester Scottish Rite Temple
The McAlester Scottish Rite Temple, also known as Masonic Temple or the McAlestor Consistory, is a building in McAlester, Oklahoma that was built in 1907 and 1928–1930. It was listed on the National ...
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American Legion Hut (Edmond, Oklahoma)
The American Legion Hut in Edmond, Oklahoma was built in 1937. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. It reflects WPA architecture and is also known as Edmond American Le...
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Carmen IOOF Home
The Carmen IOOF Home, also known as or associated with The Carmen Home of Pentecostal Holiness Church, is an Odd Fellows building in Carmen, Oklahoma that was built in 1906. It has served historicall...
American Legion Hut (Tahlequah, Oklahoma)
The American Legion Hut in Tehlequah City Park, jct. of E Shawnee St. and N. Brookside Ave., in Tahlequah, Oklahoma was built in 1937 and was listed on the National Register in 2006. It reflects WPA ...
Masonic Temple (Atoka, Oklahoma)
The Masonic Temple in Atoka, Oklahoma is a historic building from 1915. Originally constructed as a meeting hall for a local area Masonic lodge, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Plac...