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I.O.O.F. Lodge at Broad Ripple

By W. H. Bass Photo Company


Fraternal organizations, such as the Grange, IOOF and Masons, formed for the socially active residents of Broad Ripple. The IOOF building housed the group, a drug store and post office. The building was also home to Lobraico’s Pharmacy from 1925 until 1990. Mustard Hall, built as a Masonic lodge in 1907, maintained lodge activities and a room for the Women’s Christian Temperance Union. Over the years it was also home to a grocery, a bank and a library. Both buildings are in commercial use today

Topics: Broad Ripple (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History; Fraternal lodges; Social & civic facilities
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Year: 1900
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