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Knights of Pythias

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110 East Third St., Fort Worth, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 45' 17.271648", -97° 19' 50.64312"
    Texas State
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     Erected in 1881; rebuilt in 1901, following fire, by noted local architects Sanguinet and Staats. Style similar to North European city hall or medieval guild hall. This is first Pythian Castle Hall built in the United States. In third-floor niche is 7-foot suit of armor that stood above 1881 building. Fort Worth Pythian Lodge No. 101 (a fraternal group) occupies 2 floors. Became first local building named to National Register of Historic Places, 1970. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark--1962

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Knights of Pythias Historical Marker Location Map, Fort Worth, Texas