Southside 1114

chartered 1915 moved to building 1924, then to current building 1977

The Old South Side Masonic Lodge building is a historic building located in Fort Worth, Texas. It was built in 1924 as multi-purpose building - housing both a meeting hall for a local area Masonic lodge, and commercial and office space (rented to help pay for the upkeep on the lodge rooms). The three-story Classical Revival building was designed by James B. Davies, Sr. One of its first tenants was a funeral home.

In 1977, Southside Lodge moved to a new location[2] and the building has since been purely an office building. The building was renovated in 1986 and renamed the Magnolia Centre.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 (under the name "South Side Masonic Lodge No. 1114

W C W McKee

1915-16

W C W McKee
C C Paxton

1916-17

C C Paxton
W A MUNDY

1918-19

W A MUNDY
Lewis J Lewis

1919-20

Lewis J Lewis
J I Stephens

1920-21

J I Stephens
R H Wheeler

1921-22

R H Wheeler
Paul B Leeper

1922-23

Paul B Leeper
L L Horn

1923-24

L L Horn
H Norman Langston

1924-25

H Norman Langston
.BALDRIDGE

1925-26

E A Baldridge