345 W Monroe St
Phoenix, Arizona 85003

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345 W Monroe St
Phoenix, Arizona 85003

Visit Us!


View a calendar of Masonic events going on around Arizona.  Better yet - connect your lodge calendar to ours and share your events with the entire Arizona Masonic family.

View our Collection

With over 900 volumes in our library - it is one of the biggest Masonic Libraries in the state.  We are in the process of reviewing our collection and creating a "Guidance Plan" for our how we want to grow our collection. If you have ideas - don't hesitate to share them with us!

Museum Collection

Arizona Freemasonry has a rich history that stretches back into the territorial days of Arizona. The Arizona Masonic library is lucky enough to have a collection of documents related to the early days of FreeMasonry. Our goal is to share those with Masons and other masonic libraries across the state - and create a true Brotherly partnership. Contact us today to find out how your library can work with us!

About Us

Sharing the Rich History of Arizona Freemasonry

George Roskruge & S. Barry Casey Masonic Memorial Library & Museum is located in the nearly 100 year old Masonic Temple in downtown Phoenix.  We have over 900 books dedicated to a variety of topics including a collection of Arizona Grand Lodge proceedings going back to our formation.  We also have an excellent collection of historical artifacts related to Arizona Freemasonry and the early days of Arizona as a terrritory and state.  Check out visiting hours or make an appointment to view our collection.

Exciting Changes are Coming! 

Brothers, the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019 will be an exciting time for the Arizona Masonic Library as we see some of our behind the scenes work come to fruition.  

Stay tuned for some exciting announcements in the coming months and a newly designed website with more information - including an online link to our collection!   

Bo Buchanan, President

Arizona Masonic Library

November 6th, 2018.