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September 13, 1996 | MICHAEL KRIKORIAN
For 70 years, the Masonic Temple at 45th Street and Western Avenue in Southwest Los Angeles was known as a place of giving. It was a place where the Masons who assembled in a building known as the Scottish Rite Cathedral would plan how they could help the community: handing out food to the needy, hosting neighborhood festivals and donating Christmas gifts to poor children.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 13, 1996 | MICHAEL KRIKORIAN
For 70 years, the Masonic Temple at 45th Street and Western Avenue in Southwest Los Angeles was known as a place of giving. It was a place where the Masons who assembled in a building known as the Scottish Rite Cathedral would plan how they could help the community: handing out food to the needy, hosting neighborhood festivals and donating Christmas gifts to poor children.
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