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The City of Pasadena, until 1875, was known as "Indiana Colony." It had been purchased by group of wealthy Eastern and Central States investors. Even before the town was chartered in 1901, Pasadena Lodge No. 272 was granted its Charter on October 16, 1884. In the mid 1880s a group of Scottish Rite Masons petitioned the Grand Consistory of California for a Lodge of Perfection. In December, 1895, Temple Lodge of Perfection No. 7 was constituted and in a few weeks it claimed 49 members. On March 26, 1896, Temple Chapter of Rose Croix No. 4 was instituted and just six weeks later, the Temple Council of Kadosh No. 4. Pasadena Consistory No. 4 was formed in 1898.

From 1895 to 1905 the Rite shared the third floor of the Stanton Building on Raymond and Colorado Boulevard with Corona Lodge No. 324. In 1905 the Bodies moved into a new Temple at 77 North Fair Oaks Avenue, which was home for the next 20 years. As the membership grew it again became necessary to construct a new ...

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