Pythian Temple and James Pythian Theater

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Pythian Temple and James Pythian Theater
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Pythian Temple and James Pythian Theater is located in Ohio
Pythian Temple and James Pythian Theater
Pythian Temple and James Pythian Theater is located in the US
Pythian Temple and James Pythian Theater
Location 861-867 Mt. Vernon Ave., Columbus, Ohio
Coordinates 39°58′16″N 82°58′44″W / 39.97111°N 82.97889°W / 39.97111; -82.97889Coordinates: 39°58′16″N 82°58′44″W / 39.97111°N 82.97889°W / 39.97111; -82.97889
Area less than one acre
Built 1925
Architect Evans & Plato; LeVeque, L.L.
Architectural style Colonial Revival
NRHP reference # 83004295[1]
Added to NRHP November 25, 1983

The Pythian Temple and James Pythian Theater is an historic Knights of Pythias building built 1925 in the Colonial Revival style of architecture at 861-867 (now simply 867) Mt. Vernon Avenue in Columbus, Ohio. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 25, 1983 under the name "York Rite Masonic Temple."[1]

Since March 1987 it has been the King Arts Complex, named in memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.[2]

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