Talk:Naval Lodge Elks Building

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There's a claim in the article that the Naval Lodge was or is the only Elks Lodge having a name not based on location. But, Elks Victory Lodge-Ruby's Grill Building of Oklahoma appears to provide a contradiction to that assertion. That's lodge whose building was built in 1929 and it appears the name of the lodge is "Elks Victory Lodge". It could possibly be named for a place named Victory, Oklahoma(?) though. --doncram (talk) 17:17, 15 September 2010 (UTC)