Description: Photograph of an entrance to a masonic temple at 1100 Henderson St in Fort Worth Texas. Three doors stand in doorframes above which an inscription reads "MASONIC TEMPLE." The door on the far left has an artist's rendition of Hiram of Tyre, with his name inscribed behind his head. The image shows him wearing a long tunic with a belt, a head scarf, and a crown, with his hands spread in welcome. The middle door shows a depiction of Solomon, also with his name behind his head. His depiction wears almost the same thing, except with a sash instead of a headscarf. The third door, the one on the right, is a depiction of Hiram Able, again with his name behind his head. His depiction wears a long tunic, a sash, and a turban. There are stone tiles leading up to the doors.
Date: June 1, 1983
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), IV, 1951-
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Location: 32.747229 -97.338406
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