Seminole Lodge #291

Most Worshipful Union Grand Lodge of Florida, PHA

Seminole Masonic Lodge #291

Prince Hall Affiliated

Kazah Temple
500 Fisherman Street
Opa-Locka, FL  33055

Seminole Lodge 291
Famous Freemasons

Famous Masons

Robert Sengstackle Abbot, Chicago Defender Founder/Publisher

Medger Wiley Evers, Civil Rights Leader

Richard Allen, Founder/First Bishop of the A.M.E. Church

Louis "Louie" Armstrong, Jazz Musician

William C. Handy, Composer

Benjamin Banneker, Designed Nation's Capital/Inventor/Astronomer

W.E.B. Dubois, Educator/Author/Historian

Thomas Bradley, Mayor of Los Angeles, California

William "Count" Basie, Orchestra Leader/Composer

James Herbert "Eubie" Blake, Composer/Pianist

Ralph H. Metcalfe, Olympic Champion

Nathaniel "Nat King" Cole, Singer

Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington, Orchestra Leader/Composer

James Forten, Abolitionist/Manufacturer

Augustus F. Hawkins, U.S. Congressman, California

Lionel Hampton, Orchestra Leader/Composer

Alex Haley, Author

Matthew Henson, Explorer

Timothy Thomas Fortune, Journalist

Daniel "Chappie" James, General/U.S. Air Force

Benjamin L. Hooks, Former Executive Director/NAACP

Reverend Jesse Jackson, Civil Rights Leader

Penny Hardaway, Professional Basketball Player

Thurgood Marshall, Associate Justice/U.S. Supreme Court

John H, Johnson, Publisher of EBONY & Jet Magazines

Dr. Ernest Everett Just, Biologist/Founder of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated

Richard Pryor, Actor/Comedian

Egbert Austin "Bert" Williams, Actor/Comedian

Louis Stokes, U.S. Congressman, Ohio

Scottie Pippen, Professional Basketball Player

Edgerrin James, Professional Football Player

Charles B. Rangel, U.S. Congressman, New York

Sugar Ray Robinson, Middle-light Heavyweight Boxing Champion

Carl B. Stokes, First Black Elected Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio

A. Phillip Randolph, Founder/First President, Int'l Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters

Booker T. Washington, Educator/Founder of Tuskegee Institute

Andrew Young, Former Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia

Bishop Desmond Tutu

Kweisi Mfume, Former President of NAACP