Search

A Message from the Most Worshipful Grand Master

On behalf of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons of Alabama I would like to express the level of heightened excitement about our partnership with Historic District Developers, LLC in the renovation of our temple. Erected by Robert Robinson Taylor, the first African American architect in the United States, the masonic temple holds a special place in the hearts of the Prince Hall Masons in Alabama. It has been the headquarters of our organization since its completion in 1924. Our masonic temple has been the staple of the Fourth Avenue District. It has been the place where African American professionals could have offices, where civil rights strategic planning meetings were held, where the NAACP office was housed, where many entertainers came to perform, and where many African American social gatherings were held. The Prince Hall Masons of Alabama eagerly anticipate the renovation and reopening of this historical edifice. Fraternally,

Corey D. Hawkins, Sr., Esq., KYGCH, 33° Most Worshipful Grand Master, M.W.P.H.G.L., F. & A. M. of Alabama

Renovation Website Statement
.pdf
Download PDF • 102KB

12 views0 comments